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David@50
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Post by David@50 » Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:20 am

Hey Hi! I'm new, not just to this board but the whole solar power subject. I am still in the research stage, so forgive me if I stumble along. My wife and I are FED UP with rising cost and regulations and taking steps to become self sufficient. As far as Solar? Has anyone here run across this gentlemen? Not advertising, just looking for feedback.

Thank you everyone!
https://cutt.ly/leOowii

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IanMcCluskey
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Re: Off Grid upgrade

Post by IanMcCluskey » Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:06 am

Hi David, welcome to the forum! I would recommend introducing yourself on a new thread in one of the General Discussion forums. You will probably get more views and more feedback there.
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http://www.alpha.com

raysun
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Re: Off Grid upgrade

Post by raysun » Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:20 am

David@50 wrote:
Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:20 am
Hey Hi! I'm new, not just to this board but the whole solar power subject. I am still in the research stage, so forgive me if I stumble along. My wife and I are FED UP with rising cost and regulations and taking steps to become self sufficient. As far as Solar? Has anyone here run across this gentlemen? Not advertising, just looking for feedback.

Thank you everyone!
https://cutt.ly/leOowii
Hey David,

Welcome!

As Ian mentioned, it's best to create your own posts as the good and helpful folks on this site will respond more effectively to them.

As far as the link, here's the recipe for revolutionary "discoveries" not found in the infinite hours of legitimate research:

Marinate Silver Bullets in Snake Oil and season with Magical Thinking.

Bake and serve until enough folks bite.

~~~~

Here, you will find a good deal of practical advice based on the inconvenient physics of the real world.

;)

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Re: Off Grid upgrade

Post by sodamo » Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:40 am

Sure looks like advertising to me. Some guy exercising his jaws, no links to any info, nothing of value. Hopefully a moderator will move it apprpriately.

Agree with Raysun. :grin:
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