Andy Wiliams LV.4 Lurker
Nov 28, 2021, 05:51 AM 99 read

full electric in their household

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Has anyone gone full electric in their household. Induction/electric hob, electric oven, electric boiler or heaters, electric car/bike? What do you say, is it really possible to do?  

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  • Sam Smith LV.4 Lurker Nov 28, 2021, 05:53 AM

    I was really thinking about it. However, now, even in the United States, there is not enough developed infrastructure to fully switch to electricity. So I decided to start with my car and power my house with solar panels. I'm from Florida, so I had a great use of solar energy in the home because in this state the peak of sunlight is 5.62 hours a day. In addition, the law allows you to get a refund of electricity tax and get a good loan under the assistance program. I learned all this information on a special site https://a1solarstore.com/florida-solar-information.html As it turned out for me, it is quite profitable. So far so good. Although I hope that in the near future I will be able to completely switch to solar energy.

  • Andy Wiliams LV.4 Lurker Nov 28, 2021, 05:55 AM

    Thank you for sharing your experience. Of course, solar panels are an investment that will pay off in a few years. However, I think this is a promising direction, unequivocally.

  • williamrenir LV.1 Mootie Dec 2, 2021, 04:43 PM

    I started by buying a solar powered motorcycle - https://solwiser.com/solar-powered-motorcycle/ . My friends bought a solar-powered car, and I decided to experiment with the motorcycle. Besides, I really like riding a motorcycle.

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