Imagine for a while that how often you read books about solar panels or solar power systems and their design and felt confused and disappointed without knowing how to start and put together the pieces of the puzzle out of your much anticipated and long-awaited solar power system.
Generally, the general parts should have been shorter since every DIYer is quite familiar with the PV basics. Nevertheless, the book is well written and also contains lots of practical information like the site survey tips, ‘whether to go solar’ checklist, and the cheat sheet present at the end of the book. The examples also seem quite adequate and well developed. Users can work and try to implement one of them to connect the laptop to solar power.
If anyone wants to build a working solar power system on their own, this book is an excellent starting point. And it helps the reader to know when they prefer to understand, what they are doing and why, no doubt, this piece will guide you through every step you took. It is not so common nowadays that a technical subject like this is present in a book so virtually that everyone can understand
Lacho Pop has 15+ years of experience in research, technological research, designing, and implementation of various electronic systems. His experience helps him to present the complex world of solar power in a manner that is both practical and easy understood by the audience. He co-authored several useful solar books in the field of solar photovoltaic.