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Top 61 Solar Projects

  1. 46. Zero Energy Home Building (03:53)

    Discover how a home builder is building zero energy homes.

  2. 47. How to Install Landscaping Lights

    Solar-powered lights are a good option when there's no electrical source nearby.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  3. 48. Lincoln Vista Welding Helmet (01:41)

    Lincoln Vista's welding helmet auto-darkens each time you light your torch.

  4. 49. Create a Solar Powered Shed

    Install a solar panel on your workshop to power your tools.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  5. 50. Net Zero Energy (03:51)

    Solar Solutions visits a home that generates as much energy as it uses.

  6. 51. Motion Control PV Panels (02:06)

    Retractable panels on the roof reduce the demands on the HVAC system.

  7. 52. Geothermal System (02:16)

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

  8. 53. Integrated PV Panels (02:17)

    This European system seals and mounts PV modules in a solar roofing shell.

  9. 54. Home Energy Saving (20:00)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw discovers how insulation is made.

  10. 55. Nana Wall (02:01)

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

  11. 56. Smart House System (02:24)

    Using Smart House technology, home dwellers can manage energy usage.

  12. 57. PV Louvers (02:21)

    Solar panels are incorporated into louvers on this house's exterior facade.

  13. 58. Old Hollywood (20:00)

    Tom and Angela want to add old Hollywood glamour to their 1980s bathroom.

  14. 59. 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
  15. 60. Eco-Friendly Home (01:58)

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

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