This portable solar panel can generate power at home or on the road
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Everyone enjoys the idea of solar power. Who wouldn’t? Just the idea of panels creating their own energy, then feeding it to your home and assorted devices, all while bypassing your local utilities and their eye-popping rates, is an extremely attractive thought.
It’s a lovely idea, all right…until you start looking into the actual cost of solar panel installation. On average, a panel system to power a 1,500 sq. ft. home is likely to set you back anywhere from $15,000 and $25,000, according to the Center for Sustainable Energy.
If that’s a little too pricey for your current finances, you can still dive into clean solar energy savings with the purchase of smaller home-based systems like the BougeRV 180W 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel.
Whether you’re looking to augment your home power supply or just have an efficient method for creating your own energy on the road, this multipurpose panel is up to the task. Ready for both home mounting or outdoor on-the-go use, this panel and its high conversion monocrystalline design can serve up a steady stream of power for a home, RV, boat, or any other outdoor equipment.
When you’re off the grid, just angle the panel toward the sun and you’ve got sustainable energy in a pinch. This 180-watt panel can generate about 375kwh of electricity each year, more than enough to take a healthy bite out of your current power costs.
The whole panel is exceptionally durable, crafted from corrosion-resistant aluminum and built to withstand high winds (2400 Pa) or even snow loads (5400 Pa) to keep working in blistering heat or bitter cold. There’s even an IP65 waterproof junction box, keeping the power feed coming without worrying about the unit getting wet.
An Amazon Choice favorite with a solid 4.5 out of 5-star rating, the BougeRV 180W 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel is usually a $192 value, but right now, you can pick one up for almost 10% off that price, dropping your total to just $174.99.
Prices subject to change.
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