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100 Watt Panels Still Only $122.99

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When Johann brought it to our attention that he found Renogy 100 watt panels at a smoking deal members jumped in and bought plenty. They are still available but the seller has raised the price $3.00…Continue

I Have Been a Skeptic.....But Prices Continue to Fall

Started this discussion. Last reply by Johann Feb 15. 1 Reply

I'll admit I read and watch everything I can get my hands on from or about resident Google futurist Ray Kurzweil. Just yesterday a video I watched of an interview with him shows him saying that solar…Continue

Harbor Freight Battery Holding Up Through it's First Real Abuse

Started Nov 2, 2015 0 Replies

We still really enjoy using this portable solar generator we built. It's handy for lighting and charging devices on our mountain property. And great set up at home where we can show newbies how solar…Continue

Tags: generator, solar, Freight, Harbor

Long Distance Wifi and our 12 Volt Solar System

Started this discussion. Last reply by John J. Jul 17, 2015. 14 Replies

I am not qualified to do this on my own, but I know a lot of you are. And I think this will prove very valuable for so many forum members since a lot of us are using our solar set ups as a "rural…Continue

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100 Watt Panels Still Only $122.99

When Johann brought it to our attention that he found Renogy 100 watt panels at a smoking deal members jumped in and bought plenty. They are still available but the seller has raised the price $3.00 each. Only $122.99 for an awesome 100 watt panel. Get them now before the price goes up anymore.…See More
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Advanced High Power Solar Group

You've advanced beyond the entry level kit or maybe you want to give 24 volts a try. This is the place to talk about the more advanced aspect of DIY solar.See More
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Installing your new Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit

You bought the Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit, now what? This is the place to come and get help setting up that new kit and taking the next step. No question is to basic, our great members will help you get started!See More
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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"Just following your conversation-- if the batteries are 6v or 2 v what kind of difference in wiring does that make? "
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Installing your new Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit

You bought the Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit, now what? This is the place to come and get help setting up that new kit and taking the next step. No question is to basic, our great members will help you get started!See More
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Installing your new Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit

You bought the Harbor Freight 45 watt solar kit, now what? This is the place to come and get help setting up that new kit and taking the next step. No question is to basic, our great members will help you get started!See More
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Renewable Ray replied to Johann's discussion Are those 2 brands the same Panels?
"Wow, I think it is. Interesting thing I see is that Renogy includes "HQST" in the Amazon link and that is the name of the other seller. I think what some sellers do is create different accounts to sell discounted or blem items and not have…"
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Is Elon Musk the "Übermensch"

Posted on May 7, 2015 at 4:46pm 2 Comments

By Jared Dillian

Elon Musk just…
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Beyond Tesla: The Huge Profit Potential of Lithium

Posted on January 8, 2015 at 7:38am 0 Comments

By Tony Sagami

One of the stocks that I get the most questions about is Tesla. I’m not sure whether investor interest is due to the gorgeous lines of the Tesla Model S, its amazing high performance engine, the high flying stock, or the energy saving nature of all electric vehicles….. but Tesla is a very popular subject.…



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Thomas Edison’s Dream Smashed

Posted on June 28, 2014 at 9:59am 2 Comments

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Are You Sure You Want The Economy to get Better?

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 2:21pm 6 Comments

I think if you ask the general public who the average "do it yourself solar energy enthusiast" is they would say he or she is someone who is trying to save some money. And sure, that's true for a lot of us. Including me! 

But that is just part of what motivates most of us, I think most of our members are motivated by what I call "fear of being plunged into darkness". And no matter how small your system is you will avoid that when Mr. Big Grid decides it's your "brown out day"…

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At 8:16pm on February 20, 2010, tagger gave Renewable Ray a gift
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this is for for setting this blog great work and HF panels are a way to get started tagger
At 9:48am on March 15, 2010, Stosh Mankiewicz said…
Thanks Ray. I posted a simple question yesterday. I just set this thing up.
Steve
At 12:52pm on April 01, 2010, Aaron Johnson gave Renewable Ray a gift
At 12:53pm on April 01, 2010, Aaron Johnson gave Renewable Ray a gift
At 9:03am on April 16, 2010, Tre' Ridings said…
Thanks Ray! I've been following the forum for awhile now and finally picked up a couple of the HF kits and ready go!
At 8:17am on June 15, 2010, carl b gave Renewable Ray a gift
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Thanks Ray
At 11:12am on June 26, 2010, sikes mccord said…
Has anyone used an MPPT controller with the Harbor Freight 45 watt kit?
At 12:07pm on June 26, 2010, sikes mccord said…
Discount Solar lists an MPPT controller(250 watts) at $109. I wonder how that might work with the Harbor Freight kit.
At 1:50pm on July 27, 2010, MAZY said…
Thank you. This is a nice entry level sight.
At 7:26am on September 1, 2010, Bill Van Datta said…
Kinda interesting place here. I'm just beginning my quest into solar power and in the process of learning. The HF set-up is really a great way to do it. Its perhaps not the "best" machine but its low price and availability will launch many DIY folks into the quest to instal and become familiar with this technology. I'll visit and post here when I have some questions and have something to report.

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