How About Solar Fence?!
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This is a post to try to convince all the HOA’s and fence businesses to consider including solar panels as potential fence material for various parts of the country. Especially for those living in the state of Florida, where there are plenty of sunshine, neighborhoods, and annual hurricane seasons. Ever considered installing solar panels as your solar fence? It’s a great way to generate power while avoiding having to deal with the snow buildup (for those of you living in northern states), not to mention the fact that it would not take up much usable surface area of your yard, in the video published on March 31, 2020, “SOLAR FENCE“, below:
The sun is so low in the sky now that the lawn is in shade most of the day. I needed to get the solar panel up onto the fence mounted securely at the correct angle. Double slot shelving (spur shelving) works well for this, in the video published on Nov 3, 2012, “Fixing a Solar Panel to a Fence using Double Slot Shelving“, below:
If any of you out there have any photos or videos of solar fence, please feel free to contact me so I can add it to this post.
As the temperature of our planet continues to go up, there will be more and more climate refugees throughout the planet. In addition to needing our national and international policy addressing the issue of these climate refugees, all of us living on this planet need to do every thing within our individual power to help bring down the global temperature by: using solar and wind energy and other renewable energy, driving or riding in electrical vehicle, wasting less food, eating more locally grown food, reducing waste, recycling more, reusing more, and planting more trees, and last but not least, consider using solar panels as fence material.
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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