TWO YEAR Solar Update!! - Is Do it Yourself Solar Worth it?!
JerryRigEverything JerryRigEverything
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 Published On May 13, 2022

My Solar panels have been making energy for TWO whole YEARS! Learn more about the Anker 757 HERE: or Buy one HERE: Huge thanks to #AnkerPowerHouse for sponsoring this video. #Powerstation. Today we go over the data from the last two years on my self installed solar panels. We'll find out how much money the panels have made, and if solar is worth it. Spoiler alert.... it is worth it.

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