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    How-To Articles

    How to Position Your Solar Panels

    How to Position Your Solar Panels
    The positioning of your off-grid solar system is important, as it determines the amount of solar energy you can harvest. Understanding the basics of solar geometry will help you increase your solar energy yield by optimising the placement of your panels, so you can get the most benefit from your solar power system. 

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    VIDEO: How to Install Off-Grid Solar on your Cabin/Bach

    VIDEO: How to Install Off-Grid Solar on your Cabin/Bach

    In this video, Ethan will take you step-by-step through the process of installing an off-grid solar power system on your Cabin, Bach, or other stationary dwelling. 

    With full instructions for every step, this in an in-depth tutorial that will help you install your kit yourself, even if you've never done anything like it before!

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    READ THIS before installing solar in your Motorhome

    READ THIS before installing solar in your Motorhome

    Every day more and more motorhome owners are going solar. Solar is a clean and quiet option that allows you to travel off-grid for longer without sacrificing your power needs. A motorhome is a perfect canvas for solar, as the flat roof will catch more sun and give you unobstructed access to the full potential of solar energy. 

    The independence that solar power offers is liberating, and it can lift the value of your vehicle. Let’s take a deeper look at what an off-grid solar kit can do for you, and what you need to know to get set up.

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    DIY Solar Power Safety Tips

    DIY Solar Power Safety Tips
    Installing your own Photovoltaic Power system is not that difficult, and with a few simple precautions you can make it even easier. Working with any kind of electricity carries with it a certain risk factor, so we’ve compiled this article to make sure our customers understand the best ways to keep themselves safe when installing our kits. 

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