How much power do solar panels generate in winter?
To start answering this question, we need to know how solar power systems work and the factors that affect their performance. So, let’s clarify them briefly.
Average size and weight of portable solar panels (with 39 examples)
I did some research to see which portable solar panels are available on the market and selected 39; then, I divided them, in terms of portability.
Average size and weight of RV/boat solar panels (with 51 examples)
The dimensions and weight of the solar panels, having the same nominal power, changes slightly from one brand to another and depends on the type of each panel. For example, a 50 W rigid solar panel weighs around 9.3 pounds (4.2 kg), while a flexible one weighs around 2.9 pounds (1.3 kg).
Peak Sun Hours (PSH): What does it mean and how to estimate it?
Peak sun hours (PSH) is a parameter used to indicate the amount of energy per day that reaches a certain location on the earth’s surface from the sun. Knowing it will simplify calculations when planning a solar-powered system.
RV/Boat PV system: How to size your battery bank?
The next step after deciding your solar power need is to size and configure your PV system battery bank. Batteries are energy storage units that help us deal with the irregular nature of power generating of PV systems. They provide…
RV/Boat PV system: How much solar power do you need?
The first step for designing a PV system is to understand how much energy do you need and how many solar panels you have to install to generate that power. Iet’s see in 7 steps, how to calculate the amount of solar power and the minimum number of PV panels required for your RV/Boat.
Are RV solar panels worth the cost? 7 things you wished to consider before buying.
There are many different types of solar panels that you can buy for your vehicle. But, before you rush to do any purchases, there are important considerations that you have to make.
STC, PTC, NOCT: What do they mean and how to use them?
STC and PTC are both test conditions used to rate the performance of a photovoltaic module (PV panel), while NOCT is referred to the PV cell temperature and it’s obtained under prefixed environmental conditions. Of course, it’s not necessary to know what they are in order to buy a solar panel. However, if you want to make a better deal, these parameters are very handy. Let’s see how