Oh, he meant the the power for the electric backup. Gotcha.got_nailed said:I bet he didnâ€™t turn the power on to his hot water heater. But because he was testing the system the pump was on.
Lots of ideasI'm in a cold climate (new york state), but we get 3 months of warm weather, and them some occasional warm weather for may and september. Look at this roof, it faces south and gets HOT!. I would like to set something up, anything, to collect this heat. I don't want to spend much, and can build, or have built, components if I need to.
It is the light in the sunlight that is converted to electricity. When the light hits the panels it is converted to tiny amounts of electricity. So, even if you have cold but sunny days you can get really hot water.
This is awkward, but...
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