2 main reasons we’re calling this solar setup affordable: 1.Compared to our last solar setup installed at the factory this kit is way cheaper per watt. Assuming an average campground cost per night, this solar setup will pay for itself in a year if you wild camp just 2 days per week (or 100 days). With so many different types of batteries, and varying reviews on which battery is best for each application, we’ve decided to live with our solar setup for a bit before we invest in new batteries.
If you’re dream is to switch to a Sailboat in 2014 why are you investing in more solar?
We can’t think of a better reason to test out a new solar setup!
We first met the Go Power team while speaking in Abbotsford at the Earlybird RV show.
At the time we knew our RV solar setup was way under powered for our Wild Camping needs; however we hadn’t considered an upgrade due to cost.
Then we were introduced to the 120 watt Portable Solar Kit.