Solar Powered Festival Cart
Solar Powered Festival Cart: The bulk of my festival experience is at Burning Man, which is really quite a unique animal in many respects - not the least of which is you get to drive to your camping spot, complete with whatever trailer or monstrosity you can attach to your ve...
Make a Cheap & Easy Solar USB Charger With an Altoids Tin
The craftster behind the very popular $3 solar-powered emergency radio is back with a new awesome project: a cheap solar battery charger with a USB plug.
INFOGRAPHIC: Make your own solar phone charger
This infographic helps you create your own DIY solar charger with just a basic mint tin, some wire and a few special solar components.
DIY Portable Solar Power Generator Part 1 - Wiring Schematic, Parts List, FAQ Sheet Provided
CLICK "SHOW MORE" BELOW FOR COMPLETE PARTS LIST & WIRING SCHEMATICS This DIY 110 amp hour portable generator is designed to be powered by a 100W solar panel ...
12 Best DIY Solar Panel Tutorials For The Frugal Homesteader
Make your own DIY Solar Panel with one of these solar panel tutorials. Discover solar panels that are optimal for powering your homestead with solar energy!
3 Types of Home Solar Power and How to Mount Your Solar Panels
3 Types of Home Solar Power and How to Mount Your Solar Panels - grid connected with or without batteries, off grid systems, fixed and tracking solar arrays
How to Convert an Electric Water Heater to Solar | Hunker
Home water heaters are typically the second-largest user of energy out of all home appliances. Converting an electric water heater to solar will be good for your budget and good for the environment. Heating water with the sun is an ancient practice, but integrating it into a home water system can be daunting.
How to Make Homemade Solar Panels | Hunker
By making a solar charger or building a solar-powered project from scratch with materials you can buy online you can easily and safely gain more power that is free of charge from the sun.
Home - Countryside
By Jeff Hoard, HM Ranch One of the easiest and most productive projects I’ve built here at HM Ranch is a simple solar oven. The only expense we had was for about 10 feet of foam weather stripping. Everything else was scrounged and salvaged from things we had here in the scrap pile. The whole project started from an old 33 1/2' x 23' window. It is only a single pane but that just happened to be what I had, so I used it. The measurement on the oven’s pieces can easily be changed to fit…