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Kathy

I wonder how many solar panels it would take to store enough energy to run an air conditioner. Sometimes for me, air conditioning is not optional.

Jaimie Hall-Bruzenak

What we did to supplement our solar panels was to also have a small generator. Honda makes a nice quiet one. You'd have to check to see that it could power an AC.

Jaimie

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I agree, if you can't be without AC then it is a must to have a small generator for backup power source. But there is no disputing that you can really save a lot on fuel by installing solar panels and harnessing energy from it like Brian did.

To Brian, great job and kudos to you! :)

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That is really thinking outside the box! Those things only get about 3-5 mpg. I like that he collects the rainwater as well!

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

It is neat that he collects rainwater!

Jaimie

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