Make Your Own Solar Panel!

Solar panels today have been widely used along with the depletion of fossil energy and the earth is experiencing global warming. Solar panels are tools that can convert solar energy into electrical energy, in addition to cheaper use of solar panels is also environmentally friendly so it needs to be developed even further.

Today people can get solar panels easily at http://energis.com.au/5kw-solar-power-system-10kwh-storage/ to place orders for 5kw solar system Melbourne. Basically, factory-made solar panels are made of high-tech processed silicon material that produces great energy. But if we can make solar panels for households own home why should buy them?

Therefore, here are the materials that should be prepared to make solar panels? Here are the details!

Shiny copper sheets (1 sheet)
Crocodile cap (2 pieces)
Micro ammeter (1 piece)
Electric stove (1 piece)
Clear plastic bottle topped (1 piece)
Salt table (2 tbsp)
wire brush (1 piece)
Scissors (1 piece)
Water

How to make? Here are the steps how to make simple solar panels!

Cut the copper wire to the exact same size as the size of the existing heating panel in the electric stove
Copper that has been cut and then cleaned by using a sandpaper or wire brush so that no dirt that can inhibit the process of solar energy absorption
After the copper is cleaned then put on top of the electric stove and burn with the highest voltage.
Perform this combustion process for 30 minutes until the copper layer turns black.
After the combustion processes is complete, and then leave the copper layer to cool naturally for about 20 minutes. Once cool the copper layer will be wrinkled so that the oxide layer shrinks.
Wash and scrape copper gently with hands under running water, in this process never stretch the copper layer as it may damage the corpus oxide layers required in the manufacture of cheap solar electric panels.
Cut another copper sheet the size of the first copper then bend both copper sheets first and second copper then insert into plastic bottle. Keep both copper out of touch with each other.
Attach the crocodile claw on the first copper sheet and to the second copper sheet, and then attach the cable from the second copper to the positive terminal and the first copper cable that has been burned to the negative terminal of the ammeter.
Enter the heated salt water into the bottle carefully and do not wet the crocodile claws, other than that the salt water size should not drown the entire copper plate.
Test a simple solar panel that has been made by putting it under the sun then the power generated will increase approximately 33 micro amperes.