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Renewable Apartment – How I installed a Solar Panel in my bedroom window

It is unusual to install a {solar lights} in a window. It is not the most ideal location but if you are limited on options then this may be the way to go. Keep in mind that …


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10 Comments on "Renewable Apartment – How I installed a Solar Panel in my bedroom window"

  1. Egor Skavysh says:

    I made it too few weeks ago. Want to know how ? just go to inplix webpage.

  2. Shanta Hsieh says:

    I am pretty sure you can find good solution on inplix webpage :)

  3. I just want to be able to charge a laptop off of the sun (or a phone)

  4. Troy Baldoza says:

    this is awesome.. just watching this video I am now convince that solar power is amazing.. great job..

  5. I've read that having glass in front of the solar panel reduces its output by as much as 50%. Is this true? Couldn't you have mounted it in the frame with the window open?

  6. xdejablu3x says:

    I'm thinking about doing this at my place but can you please inform us what are the main uses and benefits in real world use for these, especially for apartment dwellers please? I'm talking about typical everyday use and how it really saves you money. That sort of thing. I know the initial cost are a lot but everywhere I looked they just talk about how they installed and which hardware they used. Didn't even mention how it's working for them personally and financially.

  7. It's a great idea, but quite ugly and it's blocking so much of your sunlight coming through the window. Could you somehow put it outside the window? A balcony is ideal for apartment dwellers I think. Also, if you're gonna do this, I recommend flexible panels, like Renogy's – they are 5% more efficient too so they take up less space for 100 W and they are very thin, so you can easily just tape it to the window or just rest it against it, and you can remove it easily when you don't wait there – kind of a more mobile/plug and play option.

  8. Felix Botha says:

    Great video thanks! How efficient is the panel behind the window? Is there a lot of energy loss?

  9. These videos are just amazing.

  10. Raven says:

    Great idea!

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