GridFree now offers 6 complete DIY solar kits, each suited to different power requirements.
Here’s a quick guide to the key differences between our Kits:
The Starter Kit
1 panel, 1 battery, 1500W inverter - designed for low or infrequent power needs. Able to run a small fridge, lights, and chargers, this kit works best for camping and caravans, or remote utilities. Learn More.
The Weekend Warrior Kit
2 panels, 2 batteries, 2000W inverter - designed for lower or weekend usage. Offering a bit more power than the Starter, this kit will also be able to handle running a kettle and microwave a few times, and is designed to be used over the weekend and left to recharge during the week. Learn More.
The Tiny House Kit
4 panels, 2 batteries, 2000W inverter - designed for tiny homes where space is limited. Offers more solar power than the Weekend Warrior with the same storage, it maximises usage of roof space without taking up too much interior space. Learn More.
The Bach Kit
4 panels, 4 batteries, 3000W inverter - our most popular kit, designed for constant usage by two people, with extra storage for overnight use. Offers plenty of power and can handle a few more kitchen appliances plus a washing machine and a water pump. This kit can easily be expanded to 8 panels and 8 batteries. Learn More.
The Freedom Kit
8 panels, 8 batteries, 3000W inverter - designed for family usage with some energy conservation, offers double the capacity of the Bach Kit. Allows you to use all the same appliances for longer, and can support adding a chest freezer and power tool charging. This kit can easily be expanded to 12 panels and 12 batteries. Learn More.
The Lifestyle Kit
12 panels, 12 batteries, 5KVA hybrid inverter - designed for full time family usage with little need for energy conservation. Allows you to use the same appliances for longer, plus a dishwasher, hair dryer and cordless vacuum. Hybrid inverter included to allow for generator/mains input. Learn More.
Once you narrow down a few kits that will be best for you, make sure you check the "What can this kit run?" section on each kit to help you get the best idea of whether it will suit your needs. And, of course, you can always ask us!
Need a little more help sizing your system? Check out our Solar 101 blog.