photo of a Solar panel array on Solar Power page

When you need that extra boost of energy, they make solar panels for that.
When outfitting your RV or motorhome, solar power should be at the top of your priority list. There won’t always be access to electrical outlets and most RV parks have stipulations on when or if you can use your generators.
Solar panels and inverters that charge your batteries are a must to be able to boondock. It will save on propane and fuel and wear and tear on your generators.
Solar energy is becoming more and more popular and is very cost efficient. Solar panels and inverters are not as expensive as they once were and most RVs and motorhomes are sold with them already installed.
If you want to add solar panels to your RV or motorhome or need to add to your existing solar bank, then you’re in the right place. We have listed a variety of solar products and connectors to help. If we’ve missed something or if you want to see an item listed here, contact us and we’ll be sure to add it!
Living off the grid is the way to go and the more solar panels you have, the better. Make sure to research how much power your RV will need to get through a day.
Some items from Amazon.com may not be listed in Canada, so we have added some from both sites. Amazon.com and Amazon.ca
*This page contains affiliate links to products I recommend. If you purchase something from this site, I may receive a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you.

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Check it out! On eBay!!! Powertech 12V 40W Monocrystalline Solar Panel $123.25

                               

 

 

                       

 

 

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We have also listed some solar lights to help light up your outdoor living area. These will come in handy, whether you’re boondocking or just want your patio area to glow.