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|Hey mate, why are most arrays wired up in series as opposed to parallel? Is it purely cost or is there something I'm not getting?||If you wire an array in series, the voltages add up, and with high voltage you can have smaller wire size to deliver the same power. Wire sizing is dependant on how many amps the wire can carry without compromising the insulation and starting a fire... for instance #10 gauge copper wire can accept over current protection up to 30 amps in the National Electric Code.|
|If you have 10x200 watt panels, they probably put out around 50 volts and 4 amps each. 1 string of 10 panels will be 500 volts and 4 amps. A parallel array would be 50 volts and 40 amps, so you're going to need much bigger wire and you're going to lose more power to resistance since the volts are low.|
|How can i determine if a solar vendoinstaller is legitimate, and that they will be around when service / warranty issues might arise down the road?||That is a good question. I worked for one solar company that went bankrupt, and many of their customers are now out of luck as far as the installation warranty goes. Some already sold systems were sub-contracted out to other installers to be completed. In this volatile market, you have to beware of offers that seem too good to be true. Those great deals may lead to a company's eventual bankruptcy. I wouldn't trust quotes for less than $3 / watt unless you're getting a large-scale commercial installation quote.|
|Most panels have a 25 year power production warranty, and a 5-year frame warranty, and the bigger the company the more likely they are to be around to honor that warranty. I like Sunpower, LG, and Kyocera panels. If the installer has NABCEP certified installers, they are more likely to be legitimate and will generally put in a good-quality system. Make sure the installer is a licensed electrical contracter and is insured.|
|One thing to note is you want your roof to be relatively new since those panels may be up there for 25-50 years. Removing the panels to re-roof is a few grand. Any honest solar salesperson would take the condition of your roof into account and inform you if you should re-roof before installing solar.|
|You can ask your salesperson if they make a commission on the systems they sell. In my experience, non-commissioned salespeople will put less pressure on you and be more honest with their answers.|
|It seems every week I see a technology or science article about new breakthroughs in solar cell efficiency. Is there a revolution in the retail market ahead of us in the next few years? When would you advise to buy a solar panel solution? What are your thoughts on solar energy collecting windows?||I am happy to see people installing solar now, but I fear they may feel short-changed in 10 years when all this amazing technology becomes mass-produced. right now PV efficiencies are around 15-20% for mainstream solar panels. (so if full sunlight hits your roof it is about 1000 Watts or energy/ square meter... resulting in 150-200 Watts of electricity.)|
|I have read about this possibly tripling in the coming decade. I've been thinking I'd save up for better stuff in the future.|
|But if people don't buy solar now, there won't be as much financial incentive to come out with more and better solar products. Catch-22 much?|
|Edit: I've talked to some co-workers, and they feel the next 4 years won't bring as much solar tech improvement as the last 4 years have already given us.|
|TLDR; Revolutionary technology exists, it just needs funding to be mass-produced.|
|What education did your job require? I decided to go to college for renewable technology. So I'm wondering what in your opinion is the best subject to study, and what jobs are available in your industry?||I was lucky to start in solar in 2006 through a connection with a friend. A willingness to learn and being comfortable with heights was all that was required.|
|Nowadays, for new hires we generally prefer a renewable energy certificate (2-year or 4-year), general construction experience, or electrical training.|
|Your renewable technology certificate will definitely get you a leg up on entering the industry! If I were you I'd want to take classes on Geothermal, Solar thermal, and photovoltaic solar. I knew quite a few folks that have had success starting as electrical apprentices and then specializing in solar installation/repair...|
|I've installed a few wind-turbines, but I don't like them since the wind is so sporadic in Colorado, and the moving parts seem to invite eventual failure. If you were to be somewhere with consistent wind, then studying wind-power installation would be good too.|
|Jobs available: PV designer, Renewable energy financier, Installer, Electrician, Sales person, marketing, energy auditor, Maintenance/repair guy. I know a friend who is starting his own company just installing animal guard to keep squirrels out from under the arrays.|
|What could one little squirrel do?||Squirrels can chew through wires and cause fires and BBQs! I've seen it happen.|
|off, thank you for the detailed reply! Very informative. Last question, say I would want to make micro grids for homes in areas where power would not reach, is there any market out for that yet? Im intrigued by the idea of off-the-grid living and I really want to design systems that would make it possible and easy for people to do that. So would that be more of an electrical engineer job? Or do renewable technicians receive training to do this sort of thing?||A technician would probably recieve adequate training to install small battery-backup systems. To be powering multiple homes, I would certainly want the help of an electrician and / or electrical engineer.|
|How can i build something on the cheap. any do it yourself projects you are aware of? I have a 600 square foot garage that i'd love to be solar powered in the manner of a rec room/den and was wondering if this would be something i could do on the cheap.||On the cheap, you could use aluminum L-stock to create roof-attachments that you'd lag-bolt to your rafters through the roof, seal it with silicon sealant. make racking out of same L-stock, use bolts to attach some old solar panels, run #10 USE wire from panels to a fused disconnect, to some cheap charge-controllers, a few batteries, and a crappy 2-plug inverter.|
|I wouldn't want to run sensitive electronics from such an inverter, but it would be fine for lights, mini-fridge, etc.|
|You'd need to measure your roof, and get solar panels that would fit.|
|Do the solar panels do anything to affect the structure of the roof shingles?||In the early days, we would use strips of butyl-tape to seal around an aluminum L-foot. A lag screw went directly through the shingle and into the decking and rafter.|
|Nowadays, on a typical asphalt shingle roof, we use a base plate with 2 lag screws through the shingle, sealed with silicone 50-yr sealant. Then we put a 1' wide metal flashing (with more sealant) over the base plate shingle layer and under the next 2 courses of shingles. This stops water from ever getting to the roof penetrations. Then we screw on our racking L-feet.|
|I've never had a leak at an installation over 6 years. :) knocks on wood|
|Edit: here's a bad paint drawing: Link to i.imgur.com|
|I am currently studying to become a renewable energy technician. I am told that this is one of the jobs I would be doing. About what do you make per houyear? Do you still enjoy your job?||I've tested for and recieved my NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) certification, and I have plenty of experience, so I currently make $18/hour. Its not the best paying job. New folks start out at less than $14/hour. If I were to also be a crew lead or electrician, I'd be making $20-25 / hour. If I were on a prevailing wage job and were an electrician, $30/hr+. I do get nice benefits, 6 weeks paid vacation and 90% of my health plan paid for. Our company is a employee-owned cooperative, so the vacation is better than most other companies.|
|I love my job, I used to be a computer science geek, and it was wrecking my body. Now i get to be outside and climb ladders and see the rooftop view every day. Not that the elements don't have their downsides too... VERY hot in summer, super cold in winter. Wear sunscreen and get a wide-brimmed hat!|
|I wish labour was more valued. I feel I do just as essential work as the sales people in our company, but they make $50k + per year, and require less education.|
|sales managers make 100k+! And the boss?||We have a cooperatively decided policy to maintain a ratio of 4:1 compensation. So the CEO could make as much as 100k if the lowest paid guy made 25k. Its pretty progressive, but I would like to see a 2:1 ratio and see the bottom at 50k!|
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|How much of a headache is it to get the necessary permits? Could a DIYer do everything up to but not including connecting to the grid?||Permits can be a headache for the uninitiated. If you have proper one-line electrical diagrams, site plans, architectural drawings and data sheets for all the equipment you're installing the permit should be a breeze. Permit fees can be 100-900 dollars for a typical residential install, depending on your jurisdiction.|
|If you don't connect to the grid, you could certainly get away with making your own battery-backup system! Make sure the racking is grounded, and protect your wires from damage. Check the National Electric Code to make sure your wires are sized properly for the amperage they're carrying. Use over-current protection. Batteries could explode if not charged properly, so use charge controllers and give batteries ventilation.|
|If you ever sell your house, the new owners may want the electrical work to be brought up to code, so I recommend getting an electrician to at least review your work.|
|My step father is trying, at 53, to change his career into renewable energy. He's applying for electrical apprenticeships positions, but not having a great deal of luck. Could you give me any ideas that I could pass on to him about getting in to the industry?||Its a tough job-field out there. Applying for electrical apprenticeship is great, but you may have to wait a while before finding an employer, and apprentice wages suck. If he can stick with it for 2 or 4 years, he could get his Residential Wireman's license, and then try to get hired by a solar company. Just keep applying for jobs, don't get discouraged! Make sure your resume states how keen you are to be saving the world one solar panel at a time! Even if a renewable energy career doesn't pan out, being an electrician is a great fall-back.|
|What's your educational background?||I have a Bachelor of Computer Science degree, and my NABCEP certificate. I will be starting electrical apprenticeship this year, I wish I had started that earlier.|
|Why didn't you go into programming.||I didn't want to be at a computer all the time... Being outdoors and getting exercise is nice.|
|But some days I wish I had stuck with computers for the money!|
|Do you have a Master electrician come out and make the final connection to the main panel? Or do you work under a Master?||We have a journeyman electrician with us to install the inverter, pipe, wire, etc. I have wired up inverters myself under their supervision as well. All our install are inspected by a county electrical inspector. We have several Master electricians in the company.|
|When will they be CHEAPER? And is it really helping the environment?||Solar panels themselves are actually quite cheap, under $1 / watt! its the installation, wiring, racking, and inverters that drive the prices up. I believe if you installed the panels yourself you could probably get a 10KW system up for about 20,000. The market is currently so competitive, solar panel manufacturers are dropping like flies. Bosch/Aleo solar just withdrew from the market, and Suntech went bankrupt recently.|
|Data from Energy Environment and Economics Inc. showed that the average solar panel gets five times more energy out than was originally put in. So yes, they do help the environment by not producing as much CO2 as other energy sources like natural gas or coal. (And not producing as many other pollutants).|
|I believe in another 10 years, solar panel efficiency will be much better. Already solar is half the price it was 5 years ago! hopefully this trend continues.|
|Which country has the most solar power usage per capita? Germany?||Germany. they rock. I hear Germany has almost 50% of their needs met by renewables now. Amazing! they even have worse sun than most of the midwest!|
|What do you think about geothermal heating for homes?||Geothermal is awesome, but pricey.|
|How many years does it take to have saved enough money to cover the costs nowadays? We installed solar panels back in 2002 and it took about 10 years to have it fully covered.||A typical payback these days is 7-12 years. This depends of federal and local incentives, such as per Kilowatt rebates, or the federal 30% renewable energy tax credit.|
|10 year payback is around a 7% annual return on your initial investment... way better than CDs these days!|
|I've heard photovoltaic panels need to be washed 4 times a year to prevent dust and residue from lowering the efficiency of the solar panel. (The 4 times was in reference to a large scale grid in a desert setting). How often would you ideally want to wash a personal unit? And how much can buildup really affect efficiency?||You can lose up to .1% production / day due to panel soiling. i'd wash my panels if i noticed production was low but it was sunny. or if they looked dirty!|
|Do people entertain you while you work with tales of how they will survive the coming apocalypse, or is it mostly upper middle class normal folks who buy these installations? What's the main reason driving your customers to solar?||I've met some very kooky folks.. not off-gridders since i usually install grid-tied solar, but i did hear about one customer who drank colloidal silver cause he didnt trust doctors to keep him healthy, and his skin was all grey (argyria). the best customers give me coffee and cookies and are excited for solar. some do it for savings, some for the environment.|
|Do some customers purposefully have their panel installed facing the street to show off to the world, Rather than have it installed in the backyard where it would be more effective?||Generally, the panels have to face south (in the northern hemisphere.)|
|Panels on the east and west sides of a roof make about 80% of what a south-facing array would make. This all depends on your location, shade, and other considerations. North-facing arrays don't produce enough energy to be worth it.|
|I'm a firefigher. we were told these units always have a charge even if you shut off the panel to the unit. the only way to prevent getting shocked was to kill the power to the unit and actually cover them so the sun can't get to them. Could you elaborate on some safety precautions that can protect us when working on a roof that has panels?||But once the DC disconnect is switched off, the string of panels is an open circuit, and you can disconnect connectors between panels without danger. Sometimes you need special tools to get the panel off and access the wires, however. Also, you can walk on most panels, the tempered glass is strong. But don't do it. Walk along the frames and step on the clamp intersections, those are the most supported and give a little traction. You don't risk damaging the modules that way.|
|If there weren't govt subsidies, how much more would a typical installation be increased?||A 30% fed credit right now give folks roughly a 12,000 tax credit on a large system... this means without that incentive solar would be 20-30% more expensive to the end customer. local energy utilities should be giving more incentives for solar, IMHO, but they make money from coal, and solar is actually competition for them! get voters to pass laws demanding more solar in their state!|
|You say 30–50k for a 10 kw system. How much is that really? Is that what you would put on a home? Business? How much is 10 kw worth? How big is it?||10kw is what we put on rich people's homes.. it is the largest "small" category system.|
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|Most small homes can fit about 2-6 KW, on their roof, which may produce as much as half of their power... this is hugely variable as some households use 300 KWH / month and some use 1000 +|
|What's your opinion of solarcity? It looks like they have an option with no upfront cost, but I don't know too much about them.||They are spending tons of debt money now to put up systems, hoping that in 20 years, energy prices will be high and they will be banking on it. Risky, but with great risk comes great rewards.|
|Would I have to shovel the snow off of them in the winter?||Most panels shed snow quickly, they are slippery, and can cause an avalanche from your roof!|
|If it snows a lot and you can get to your roof safely it couldn't hurt to broom off the panels and get an extra day of production. but it is usually dangerous to get on a snowy roof!|
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|First off, i'd say conserving energy is better than producing energy. I love passive solar, solar thermal, solar PV, geothermal, wind, tide, and hydro power. At home, getting your heat from solar thermal panels and electricity from PV or wind is great...|
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|Power factor is a term for how efficiently you're getting use out of the power in your house. Some motors have an extra inductive load when they start up, and this power is wasted onto the grid when they spin down again. Power Savers and other such devices use capacitors to store this inductive current and return it to your house next time it needs the juice. if you have many inductive loads (lots of AC gear or fans) power savers can be worth it. I've seen them on a fair number of commercial roofs.|
|How long does the battery last?||Lead acid batteries well maintained can last 12 years. Usually people abuse their batteries and they last 5-7 years. this can be a substantial cost of the off-grid system.|
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|Do you see these getting installed? Is the pricing attractive? Do they work as advertised?||Microinverters do work, and they are a little easier to wire into the house, through a back-fed breaker, usually..|
|Is there any simple device that lets the panels move to track the sun? Even if it's just a 2-position morning/afternoon setting...||Yes, there are manual and automatic 1 or 2-axis trackers. They can increase production as much as 30%, but since they have moving parts, I don't install many of those.|
|Why don't we have solar cars yet? Are they in the near future?||Solar cars exist for university competitions... still a little too big and expensive for normal use, IMHO. Getting around fast takes a lot of power!|
|TIL: ... So much. So, so much. Very thankful for this thread. Smart people are awesome and this is populated with smart people. If questions are still being taken, I'd like to know more about the future of Solar Roads. Here's a start: Link to www.scientificamerican.com.||I like that article! exciting stuff in our future. thanks! I didn't know about these.|
|I've been wanting to get into this for years. Is it difficult to break into the industry and get the necessary training/certification/etc.? Do you work for yourself or are you an employee of a company? Do you know anything about shortages of indium leading to solar becoming impractical?||Employee here.. it is a tough field with many interested applicants.|
|The timing of this is perfect! I am currently doing a design course in my 4th year of engineering. I had to design an appropriate clean energy source for a cottage. As the cottage is completely off grid, what would be the best way to approach battery sizing? I have determined that I need 5 or 6 panels, (250W each) that produce roughly 8155 Wh per day. Any tips on how to size the batteries for this?||You need to size the battery bank for the load from the cottage, not the panels.|
|If your cottage uses 50 Kilowatt Hours per day, you'd probably want a 300 KWH bank, so you could power your cottage for 3 days and only discharge you bank to 50%.|
|You don't want to discharge more than 50% since this would kill the batteries sooner.|
|I was going to ask the same question. I own stock in the company and believe they have a very unique approach and the potential to revolutionize the solar industry. Would you ever consider working for them?||I would not work for solar city, I would have to commute further and I think my current job has better benefits.|
|Does my roof need to be made super strong to hold the panels? I have a really small slope angle on my roof and I'm afraid its going to be too weak. Are strengthening improvements always necessary?||Usually 2x4 framed rafters on 2 foot centers is strong enough. If the roof is not structurally sound, you'd need to add blocking between rafters and attach the array to that.|
|I'm a senior engineering student and for a last project class a small group of us were tasked with designing and building different PV charging stations that can be placed around campus and attached to bus stops. The past seven months I have spent working on these systems have been awesome, probably the most fun I have had working on a project. I am curious though, have you had any dealings with micro-inverters? If so, what is your opinion on them?||Microinverters are a great way to turn dc to ac. i would use them on my house.|
|For large solar arrays, string inverters are still more efficient.|
|Would you say your job has a bright future? I'll leave now.||Yes! As long as the grid can maintain all our grid-tied systems. At some point we will have so many grid-tied systems (like Hawaii) where the grid isn't using all that energy that is being produced during the day. Then we need some energy storage solution. But that day is far away in most states.|
|Have you ever used quickmount products? If so how do they rate with the rest of the competition?||Quickmount is not quick, but it is a high-quality mount.|
|I'm the president of the environmental awareness group at my high school in Chicago. We are currently looking to install a couple solar panels on the roof of the school, do you have any tips and pointers on where to start? Also, thanks for doing this!||This is a great idea, and will improve the environmental image of your school!|
|I'd recommend measuring your potential solar location, to see how many panels of a certain size you could fit up there. Find out what the roof and building structure are, and consult with a solar company about the best racking methods for your application.|
|What are the exciting new technologies that you are seeing implemented in solar these days? I've seen talk of thin flim solar, solar roof shingles, etc. but haven't heard about these tools being used en masse yet. Thanks for this awesome AMA!||Solar roof shingles are "vanity solar" more expensive than they're worth.|
|I haven't seen exciting new stuff, just incremental small improvements.|
|Just go with regular panels and you'll be breaking even in 10 years, all profit from there on. And they increase the value of your home.|
|Given that pretty much everything in my house runs off D.C. Could we start to cut out the AC. and run a DC line through the house, powering things off DC without an inverter.||Yes, some people run DC lines from a 12 or 48 volt battery bank. they use RV appliances.|
|(I imagine you would have the grid feeding into your internal DC line too)||You wouldn't want to have the grid feeding your system, since it is inefficient to convert AC to DC and store it just to use it later.|
|From what you've seen with previous releases of 'new' generation panels, can they be retrofitted to existing hardware, or does an upgrade require all new kit?||New panels may have new connectors which may not plug into old panels, but you don't want to mix panels types anyway... most new panels would work fine with an old inverter, or vice versa.|
|How did you become photovoltaic?||We're all solar powered, ultimately.|
|Is there such a thing as a non-photovoltaic solar panel?||Yes, solar thermal panels transfer heat energy to air or water for your home. they are actually better at capturing the sun's energy than PV.|
|I'm interested in putting solar panels on a moveable building. Would you recommend this and are there any concerns you might be able to provide tips for?||Make sure the panels are secured properly against the wind while moving! i'd want them to be disconnected during transport too.|
|What are your thoughts on the new graphene solar panels, just a few years away?||They are not very efficient yet, but i have hopes the tech can be combined with other developments to yield science miracles!|
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