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Top 61 Solar Projects

  1. 31. Installing Solar Window Film (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing solar window film.

  2. 32. Nana Wall (02:01)

    The nana wall, six folding glass panels, is this home's passive solar core.

  3. 33. How to Install a Solar-Powered Attic Fan

    An attic fan can help reduce heat inside a home and overall cooling costs. These step-by-step instructions show how to install a solar-...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  4. 34. Front Yard Curb Appeal (00:01:47)

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

  5. 35. Geothermal System (02:16)

    This house uses geothermal mass to store heat energy in heating & cooling.

  6. 36. Eco-Friendly Home (01:58)

    Eco-friendly improvements to your home mean big savings on utilites.

  7. 37. Wind Turbines (01:52)

    Wind turbines make use of wind power to generate energy for the home.

  8. 38. Bamboo I-Beams (01:44)

    I-beams made from bamboo are a strong & sustainable building component.

  9. 39. Using Solar Panels (01:49)

    A visit to Evergreen Solar, where sunlight is harnessed for electricity.

  10. 40. Solar Power: The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    DIY Network experts answer frequently asked-about topics and additional information on solar power.

  11. 41. Landscape Lighting (01:00)

    Enhance your home's exterior appearance with these landscape lighting tips.

  12. 42. How to Use Solarization to Keep Soil in Great Shape

    Solarization employs plastic to heat up the soil, eliminating garden pests and diseases that overwinter in the soil.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 43. Zero Energy Home Building (03:53)

    Discover how a home builder is building zero energy homes.

  14. 44. Solarizing Soil (02:18)

    Reduce disease in your garden by solarizing your soil. .

  15. 45. Solar Address Numbers (00:00:52)

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

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