Why this Blog?

The purpose of creation of this new blog was to add all my work that will solely related to my DIY Solar and wind electricity generation system. I will also add here the adventure of my DIY micro-hydro turbine (PAT) unit that has been planned to be implemented in the beautiful Kalam valley. In the recent past i unintentionally got attraction toward the green energy and studied a lot about.

My last visit to Karachi home was the turning point to divert all my intentions and resources toward getting into hybrid solar+wind electricity system. The 12 hours shedding at Karachi was really a mental shock to me. The 2Hours alternate load shedding scheme was so pathetic that for three nights i had only 6 hours of sleep in total. The Starting/Stopping the generator (located at the third floor) was a real muscular exercise especially the last part of the night.

The ready made solution requires a handsome amount of money. Here i will post my DIY approach to get the job done considering the advantage of being low cost, worth of experience and as per my requirement and quality. I intend to work on both Solar and wind turbine simultaneously so that to give the relief to my family.

Lets see will i have success in this endeavor?



Thursday, July 12, 2012

End of Episode-1

Truly speaking there is nothing in the world like a joy of accomplishment...The adventure i started almost a year ago ended up quite nicely... The target achieved was well-worth of experience with a steep learning curve... This endeavor encompasses many failures but i think their is no gain without learning from failures...



Yesterday i installed the solar system at my Karachi home and got the results as desired. Today when i sleep getting cool breeze of  Air-conditioner i can feel a bit of relief while thinking of my family at Karachi.
In near future i shall install six more panels on the same structure. This structure can withstand easily 12 solar panels total wattage up-to 1200Watts..





 The racks are under fabrication for holding the batteries and UPS stuff...

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