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Top 55 Solar Projects

  1. 1. Solar Powered Attic Fan: An Overview of Energy Saving Features

    Solar innovations can be easily incorporated into a daily lifestyle, without sacrificing style or comfort. Check out these energy savin...

  2. 2. Top Three Solar Greenovations

    DIY Network shows you the best solar products you can use on your next home improvement project.

  3. 3. Pond Energy Efficiency (00:57)

    Here are ways to keep your pond from taking a bite out of your power bill.

  4. 4. Solarizing Soil (02:18)

    Reduce disease in your garden by solarizing your soil. .

  5. 5. Solar Lights (01:00)

    A DIY Basic about accentuating outdoor living space with solar lighting.

  6. 6. Aerogel (02:20)

    Aerogel is a highly efficient and tranlucent home insulating material.

  7. 7. Thermal Blocks Wall (02:07)

    This unique glass block design functions as a thermal wall in the home.

  8. 8. Solar Panel Effeciency (02:07)

    This system uses rainwater to cool PV panels for greater effeciency.

  9. 9. How to Install an Exterior Solar Panel

    Use these step-by-step instructions to wire and fully install a 1-kilowatt stand-alone system.

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    $10,000 - $15,000
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  10. 10. Energy Dashboard (01:43)

    This monitor helps teach a home's occupants about their energy use.

  11. 11. Advances in Roof Solar Panels (00:01:00)

    See how far technology has come in moving you toward energy independence.

  12. 12. The Canopy (01:55)

    This system enables solar technologies to be installed on existing homes.

  13. 13. Front Yard Curb Appeal (00:01:47)

    Enhance your home's curb appeal with low-voltage lighting or a fountain.

  14. 14. Solar Address Numbers (00:00:52)

    Solar address numbers soak up the sun all day to stay lit up all night.

  15. 15. Solar-Powered Rock Spotlight (00:00:51)

    No cords. No batteries. Just lovely, natural-looking outdoor lighting.

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