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I don't really think solar is very environmental since they take more energy to make than they will ever produce in their life.
I knew this was going to bring out whatever controversy there is regarding panels and that's partially why I brought it up. It's a good discussion to have. Thanks for the info shaggy daddy. I will have to look into those nano panels.
I used to run my entire yurt off one tiny little panel.
Are the nano's those thin film ones? I heard that the lifespan of those is even less than a regular panel.
Wow, knew it wouldn't be that simple. Interesting about making sure I'd have enough panels for things like an oven and such. I'll pay attention to this thread to learn more! Thanks for all the replies so far!
Amanda, DW to Drew, mom to Ella, 7, Gardner, 2, homesteading on the edge of the continent on the Lost Coast.
California Homesteading, http://eastmillcreek.blogspot.com
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