I told the creator of Earth4Energy that I was going to do a full-blown Earth4Energy Review and Michael Harvey was kind enough to send me a copy to do the review. I spoke to him on the phone and he was very pleasant and definitely sounded like he knew what he was talking about.
Michael Harvey told me a bit about his background and he has been working in the renewable energy industry for some 15 years. He’s very open about telling you what works and what doesn’t and is right on the money when he’s talking about sustainable energy.
When I received the package, I immediately started my Earth4Energy review. The first thing I did was analyze each section and go over it with a fine toothed comb.
Earth4Energy Review Part 1: The first section gave me an overview of solar energy and basically what I was getting myself into. It was very important to lay some foundation and plan before I actually got my hands dirty. I went over this fully before I started any work just so that I would understand the concept and map everything out.
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Earth4Energy Review Part 2: The actual part of building the solar panels. I admit, I felt a bit intimidated at first, but when I actually sat down and looked at the diagrams, I realized that there was nothing to be afraid of. Harvey had done exactly what he said over the phone and had laid out the plans step-by-step.
I started with the panel casing, which was just using plywood and making it shallow enough so that the sides wouldn’t block any of the solar cells.
Then I laid out the solar cells on their backs and wired them together using a soldering iron. At this point, I was hesitant that I would be doing something wrong. But I referred back to the section with questions and answers and it actually helped to clear up my concern. I initially wasn’t sure where to wire them up specifically, but the diagram included showed me exactly where.
The next step I had to do was use the silicone caulk to get the solar panels on the plywood casing and make sure that they are all lined up and wired correctly.
With the step-by-step instructions, it really made it clear on what details I need to look out for. Mike did a great job of simplifying the process.
Earth4Energy Review Part 3: Once I got to actually wiring the whole thing up, I made sure I looked through the electrical wiring plan included. Since I was dealing with electricity, I wanted to be sure that everything was done safely. Mike showed me the safety concerns that I should watch out for and it really relieved a lot of my worries.
As I was going through the whole thing, I watched the videos included and that was a lot easier for me. Especially at the part when I needed to solder the wiring on the back, I needed a visual aid. Since I’m a visual learning, I must say that the videos did the trick for me.
Over the course of a weekend, I actually built a solar panel all by myself. It was more than enough to power this laptop that I am typing on and it’s actually charging it right now.
Mike Harvey is a great man and he stands behind his mind-blowing 8-week guarantee. No, not just 30 days like other places, but 8 whole weeks.
I strongly urge that you try Earth4Energy if you want to save on your electric bill and make your own solar panels.
Thanks for reading this Earth4Energy Review.
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