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Thursday, October 26, 2017

26 Oct 17 - 0631 EDT - blog - Solar energy.

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Forrest Caricofe


YESTERDAY AND TODAY

**YESTERDAY. Much the same as I usually do in the morning and early 

afternoon, my main daily blog and 2 collection of tweets. It was cool and raining 

off and on outdoors, so I took a rare daytime nap for about an hour. 

I later drove to Orrville to Rite Aid for a prescription medication and to Taco Bell

for takeout. 

**TODAY. 4:07 AM 10/26/2017 EDT. I have an appointment at the Wooster Eye

Center Medical Office at 9:50 AM for a pre-op exam before my scheduled surgery

on my right eye on November 15. Dr. Steiner will remove the cataract from the 

center of my eye and implant a lens and a stent, the stent helping to keep the 

pressure down. 

I have not been to Walmart for some time and I need to go there to purchase 2 

sets of jumper cables for about $6 each, 2 containers of Liquid Gold, some 

supplements that I'm out of and some other things I don't know about until I get 

there.

The weather forecast calls for high and low temperatures of 55° and 37° with 

sunny skies, a relative humidity of 55% and winds at 6 miles per hour. No rain 

again for tomorrow and a high of 67°, but rain the next day on Saturday. The 

dead and dried plants/weeds in the fire pit should be dried out enough from the 

3 previous day's rains so that I can burn them in the fire pit either this evening 

or tomorrow. 


I HAVE SOMETHING ON MY MIND

**From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: 

"Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed using a 

range of ever-evolving technologies such as solar heating, photovoltaics, solar 

thermal energy, solar architecture, molten salt power plants and artificial 

photosynthesis." 

Online I searched for a solar system for our house, the price ranging from almost

$5,000 for a 720 watt solar system to a system with 3000 watt solar for almost 

$11,000. Would the almost $11,000 unit provide all of the electricity for our 

house? I won't know that until I contact a solar system company and request a 

free estimate at our house. 

On average, there are 166 sunny days per year in Cleveland, Ohio, so we have, 

living 50 miles south of Cleveland and the same number of days of sunshine, 199 

days without sunny skies. It was my belief that solar panels needed sunny 

skies for solar panels to produce electricity, but:

"Solar panels use the energy from daylight, as opposed to sunlight, to produce 

electricity so panels do not need direct sunlight to work. It is photons in natural 

daylight which is converted by solar panels cells to produce electricity. Heat has 

no effect on the production of electricity."

https://www.theecoexperts.co.uk/do-you-need-install-solar-panels-direct-

sunlight. 

And now we both know if you didn't know before this. 



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