Does an off-grid system increase or lower my property value? I want to get your input on kind of scoping it out, Kriss. The question is, no 4, how much does it cost to build the system. What people have to understand is that everything that you want to power off your system means that you need to put more power into the system. So the bigger more loads you have the longer you want to run those loads, more solar or wind power you need. So what I would say is, for most people who are watching this or tweeting in or really excited about the Power4Patriots system is, I would start small- I would start to build the solar panel and round out a nice solar system that you can use for back up and emergency and get a feel for what solar power and wind power is.
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The narrator, Frank Bates, says he lives outside of Nashville, TN and if Frank is a real person, he does his best to prey on your fears and tries to convince you that President Obama is behind a massive conspiracy with the power companies to raise your power bills. He then drones on and on about how he lived in the northeast and he paid a lot for power and oil and it was unreliable and blah blah blah.
This droning on is meant to infuriate you with the "direction this country is headed thanks to the liberals". Finally Frank gets to the rub, he is going to show you how to generate your own power because the solar and wind installers are also crooks and they are trying to rip you off.
He says you can just buy all the components online on sites like ebay! But then there is no real information revealed. With Power4Patriots, you get 6 videos and 2 companion manuals on solar and 4 videos and 2 manuals on a wind turbine. How much power do you think that will really produce? Finally, Frank throws in the fact he will also show you how to build and install a solar hot water heater.
A 35 page guide on solar heating systems! And there are also free bonuses, it goes on and on and on. If it sounds too good to be true Over at the site Open4Energy, they call Power4Patriots a scam , saying : "You cannot build your own solar cells anymore than you can make your own plasma TV.
You can purchase the parts, but the silicon solar cells are most of the cost of the panel. You would be lucky to put together a 10W system that could power a compact florescent bulb for about 6 hours a day.
This is no power sucking gadget at all! If by some chance, the plans were for a real DIY solar panel, or DIY wind generator there is still no possible way to build a solar panel from components at a reasonable cost.
It would like trying to build a car from spare parts. These scams offering near free energy have hijacked the social media, Internet and search engines. The need for affiliate marketing has duped many publishers into allowing false positive commentary on these "near fraud" practices.
Added to this, the perpetrators have engaged in a systematic program to create new web content, targeted at search terms looking for reviews, containing bogus rebuttals and further false energy saving claims. Because that is not cheap or easy. How much time would you spend building, designing and testing these?
How much space would it take up. How much more inefficient would it be than the real products? Frank asks you to imagine how it will feel when your family is "warm, safe, and happy when the next black out hits". How does he propose this will happen? Is he going to show you how to build a battery bank that will store enough power from your home made solar PV and wind turbine?
That is the only way to ensure his claim is valid. You absolutely will not be eligible for the Federal tax incentive, any state tax incentives, or utility rebates on clean energy systems you build yourself. Most importantly, building and installing systems like these can be dangerous potentially lethal , and without the UL label, could damage your homeowner insurance policy.
Imagine your house burning down and the culprit is a solar panel you built yourself. Do you think the insurance company is going to cover that? The information Power 4 Patriots provide may be legit, but the tactics used to sell these videos and guides to you are shady and misleading at best.
This "service" is similar if not run by the same people as the Power4Home system. But for others, all we can say is buyer beware. Tags: enjoyed our post?
Power4Patriots Expert: Meet Kriss, He’s Lived Off-Grid For 5 Years And Is A Solar Expert
The narrator, Frank Bates, says he lives outside of Nashville, TN and if Frank is a real person, he does his best to prey on your fears and tries to convince you that President Obama is behind a massive conspiracy with the power companies to raise your power bills. He then drones on and on about how he lived in the northeast and he paid a lot for power and oil and it was unreliable and blah blah blah. This droning on is meant to infuriate you with the "direction this country is headed thanks to the liberals". Finally Frank gets to the rub, he is going to show you how to generate your own power because the solar and wind installers are also crooks and they are trying to rip you off.
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It sounds almost too good to be true. You can hear the commercial along with a video at the Power4Patriots website. Upon looking further into what Mr. Much of it involves DIY information on how to build your own solar panels, wind turbines, and solar water heaters from components you can find in local hardware stores and online for less than you can buy equivalent off-the-shelf products. How do I know this? Witness what happened with Solyndra and Abound Solar. One of the ebooks and 6 of the videos are related to making your own solar panels.
The link goes to a page that explains our costs and how we cover them. We do not need money! We do need a few moments of your time to overcome the well funded strategy these criminals have at their disposal. Plans that offer instructions on how to build a solar panel, a wind generator, or power factor correction units are always a scam. The author has 24 years experience in installing solar energy systems and writes to help readers do their research.
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