Hi, I am a new member to these forums, and although I have no engineering/physics studies under my belt, I am someone who really likes to discuss and read up on theories related to physics and engineering. Basicly I've been reading a bit on solar panels, and I was wondering if you guys had any thoughts on powering your whole house with wireless energy coming from solar panels. Would it be troublesome since the energy produced by solar panels is far from being perfected? Putting aside the fact that you would have to tweak all your appliances to have a receptor, is the thing doable? Secondly, taking into consideration that sun is not always at it's best, you would surely have to have a second energy supply backup system in case you'd run out of energy. So there would be some sort of problem since all your appliances would have been adjusted to receive wireless energy only unless you somehow kept the orignial wires. Any thoughts on how you could perfect that issue? And to finish, you'd have to have a meter to read the amount of energy stored from the panels/what are the ways to store that energy? Thanks, and sorry if this seems a question off-topic, I am fairly new although I have read alot of threads on these forums and do appreciate having other opinions from other people.