Howtogogreen’s Weblog


Evergreen Solar Buying Club announced

We have been solar powered for twenty years. We have joined together with several other solar powered folks so that we can buy our new panels cheaper by the pallet.

We decided to see if anyone else would be interested in getting in on the savings with us, we asked around and found that there were a lot of people interested.

The club is simple, and free to join. By purchasing the panels in bulk, we all share in the savings.

If you have any questions, please ask away. We don’t know everything but we installed our own systems, and have maintained them for over twenty years.

If we don’t know the answer, we’ll point you in a direction where you will find it.

We do not generally install systems, but we have a great relationship with two area companies that can help you out.

If you’re looking for something specific, give us a call and we will try to locate it for you at a reasonable rate.

All panels are shipped to the farm outside of Lyndhurst, when they come in we’ll invite everyone over for a photo opportunity, and something warm to drink!

New panels are sold by the pallet. Used panels are sold by availability. Prices do not include tax or the $25 Shipping charge

DECEMBER SPECIALS

190 Watt Canadian Solar $825 NEW ($4.34/watt) – twenty panels available

80 Watt   Solartech Panels $299 New ($3.73/watt) – eight panels available

175 Watt panels 3 yrs old  $725  ($4.14/watt) – many available USED

100 watt Siemens (5 yr old)  $450 ($4.50/watt) USED

75 watt Siemens (7 yr old) $300   ($4.00/watt) ) USED

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The Splitzville farm

In 1989 I bought a 5 acre plot of land of a harness racer that would later become famous, for $8500.00. I then put up a shack and put in a garden, tomatoes and pot I think it was way back then, but I soon moved on to more traditional crops and today the place host an amazing variety of crops: Apples, pears , cherries, corn, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, mints, herbs, flowers,swiss chard, squash, gourds, onions, garlic, beets, …the list goes on and on. 

We canned over eighty jars of tomatoes this year! and another twenty chutney’s and more mint and spice jelly’s Yum The bounty as we call it was amazing this year!