One of the most popular home solar and wind power guide on the internet is John Russel’s Power 4 Home e-book. Even with hundreds of copy sold each and every month, many people are still not convinced by what the manual preaches.
It is understandable many people think Power 4 Home is nothing but a scam. Are there any ways to prove the legitimacy of the e-book? One way is to check the accurate of the information.
If you were to study the Power4Home sales page, it promised that you can build a DIY solar panel for less than $200. Can it be done or is it just a scam?
If a normal person were to follow the instructions in the manual and managed to build a solar module for less than $200, that would prove that the e-book is legit.
Then again, if a person is unable to meet the budget after following the instruction, wouldn’t that prove Power 4 Home is a fraud?
The key here is to double check the figure.
In Power 4 Home, the budget suggested for a DIY solar panel is $98.20. The largest material cost is the Photovoltaic (PV) cells which is $67.50.
The solar panel shown in John Russel’s e-book consists of 36 pieces of 3” x 6” solar cells. To find cheap solar cells, Power4Home suggests for us to search in Ebay.
If you really want to know whether Power 4 Home is a scam, just go to Ebay now and search for solar cells listing. If you can find 36 pieces of PV cells selling for less than $67.50, it will prove the accuracy of the figures in the manual. With that, you will be able to make your own conclusion.