Solar Shingle Shed – Using the free panels

I got the first section of the Solar Shed topped out! 70 panels up there and I didn’t fall off a single time (this week). 6 on the Solar Pump and 7 at the barn. I’m using them up! My wife was wondering why it was so big. I had to break it to her gently that this is only the first quarter of it.

I’ll move the solar boat and all spare parts into the shed and start wiring things up. There is a discrepancy between the two labels on the panels, so I have to figure out that issue. I don’t want to waste power and I certainly don’t want to burn up controllers. The small power size of these panels really makes it easy to fine tune the power supply.

Has anybody else done anything with their solar shingles, yet?—Neal


To get a pallet of 136 free 35 watt solar panels you have to read all the blogs titled Free Solar Panels first. 

Then, if your still interested, call me, John Kimball at 305-498-1863 and request the form to sign. 

Then you need to answer a few basic questions like when do want to pick them up or where you want them shipped.

Right now we have plenty in Phoenix and another truck headed for Miami. It’s due end of next week.

Thank you.


  I’m always happy to help anyone I can to go solar. 

        OUR LIST OF MOVING ITEMS AT LOWER THAN\n\n “The World’s Lowest Prices.”\n\nJohn Kimball, Owner, Sunelec, Solar since 1973\n\nCell 305-322-1086\n\nI always put it here on “John’s Blog” first, for our friends. \n\n.\n⦁ GEPV-055: Silver Frame, 55 WATT GE Solar Panels – 6 Qty. ​$22 each\n⦁ GEPV-055: Silver Frame, 66 WATT GE Solar Panels – 7 Qty. ​$27 each\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-255 FB, 255 WATT Solar Panels – 3 Qty.​​$96 each​ ​​\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-240 SA, 240 WATT Solar Panels – 1 Qty.​​$90 each​\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-240 CA, 240 WATT Solar Panels – 3 Qty.​​$90​​​​\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-240 HA, 240 WATT Solar Panels – 2 Qty.​​$90​​\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-250 SE, 250 WATT Solar Panels – 8 Qty.​​$94​​\n\n⦁ Sharp ND-250 FR, 250 WATT Solar Panels – 4 Qty.​​$94​​\n\n⦁ Suniva 85 Watt Solar Panel – 6 Qty.​​​​$24​​​\n\n⦁ Suniva 270-C01-SW 270 WATT Solar Panel – 15 Qty.​​$81​​\n\n⦁ Suniva 275-C01-SW 275 WATT Solar Panel – 11 Qty.​​$82.50​​\n\n⦁ Suniva 275-C01-B 275 Watt Solar Panel – 5 Qty.​​$82.50\n\n⦁ Suniva 185 Watt Solar Panel – 7 Qty.​​​​$55.50​​\n\n⦁ Suniva 180 Watt Solar Panel – 18 Qty.​​​​$54​\n\n⦁ Suniva 240 Watt Solar Panel – 4 Qty.​​​​$72​\n\n⦁ Suniva 280 Watt Solar Panel – 14 Qty.​​​​$84​\n\n⦁ Suniva 260 Watt Solar Panel – 13 Qty.​​​​$78​\n\n⦁ Suniva 265 Watt Solar Panel – 6 Qty.​​​​$79.5​\n\n⦁ Suniva 220 Watt Solar Panel – 24 Qty.​​​​$66​\n\n⦁ Suniva 140 Watt Solar Panel – 7 Qty.​​​​$42​\n\n⦁ Danby DAR110210 Small Black Refridgerator – 1 Qty.​​$120​\n\n⦁ DAR 440 BL Danby 4.4 Cubic Ft. 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        THE FREE SOLAR PANEL NEWS. Peter Pilot PV Recycler

        Look closely, “Find Peter!”\r\n\r\n..Give this man some Free Solar Panels. One order comin right up!\r\n\r\nThank you Peter Pilot!\r\n\r\nJ.Greetings John,\r\nGood Grief! I just read your newest blog concerning the free 6v panels…I had no idea so many folks \r\n\r\nwant so many, including the guy who was so bloody rude demanding all 50,000! I would be very happy\r\n\r\nwith any amount, 20, 50 100 etc. All I know is fitting the roofs of our British Double Decker Bristol buses\r\n\r\nwith your panels would be wonderful, very “Green” and I would be happy to put an Advert on each bus as\r\n\r\nwe get them operational stating the lighting / music comes from electricity produced by Sun Electronics Solar Panels. \r\nI have, by the way, family & friends all over Florida, hence it would be fun to fly down to Miami, get to\r\n\r\nmeet you which would be great fun, acquire a truck, van etc to bring panels back to PA. That is if I am \r\n\r\nfortunate enough to be awarded any. \r\nI ran my red 62 Bristol “Sofia” in the Tampa /Clearwater area a few years back as a “Pub Crawl” bus. What a bloody great time and also a nightmare carrying 60-70 drunk souls on a 4-5 hour trip to 3 bars. My poor bus was trashed every time. \r\nI hope you have a nice week John, it’s dreadfully cold here in the Poconos. I continue to work on Sofia and now have started on Barney Bus. She’s also a Bristol but some flounder painted her with Purple Home Depot house paint years ago. \r\nThank you John, Cheers! Peter “Pilot” Hellgren\r\n\r\n Double D Bus Cafe


        This project is bizarre, it’s time consuming , tiring, educational as all get out  (talking to all of you), unprofitable (as usual), stressful, super fun, and would have been the greatest advertising scam in PV history if it hadn’t actually been real.\r\n\r\nAs you can imagine I’m lovin it, phone ? rings of the hook (all 48 of them, I kid you not) of kurse i’m including everyone’s cell phones at work.  my employees have no choice, it’s “required” how else can I contact them at 4 am, on a holiday weekend! and every other hour of every day. I say, “if your not crying your not working!”\r\n\r\nI’m thinking about changing the ad, FREE SOLAR PANELS to FREE SYSTEM DESIGN WITH EVERY FREE LOAD OF FREE SOLAR PANELS WITH FREE SOLAR TOY FOR FREE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WHO WANNA FEEL FREE AND BE FREE!!!!!!!!\r\n\r\nOr, if I could figure out how to reach the plateau of All triple dog dare you’s for advertisers: the grand slamball combo hybrid ad of all time where you use the salesmen’s ancient magic close with the holy grail’s biggest  5 Advertising words of all time:\r\n\r\nSex\r\n\r\nTravel\r\n\r\nFree\r\n\r\n(I can’t remember the other two)\r\n\r\nHere’s my example of a good solar ad that uses sex:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAnother example, for back up power systems :\r\n\r\nPicture this: a magazine ad, it’s a completely black page, in the middle in small white print DO IT WITH THE LIGHTS ON. \r\n\r\nAt bottom of page in fancy small white print it says “With a Backup Power System from Sun Electronics, its business as usual whenever the lights go off.” Ha ha ha pretty funny eh? We’ll sort of but hey have you looked at solar ads lately, they’re still as horrible as when they started. \r\n\r\nJust having fun Thanksgiving morning.\r\n\r\nJohn\r\n\r\nPS I submitted that ad to Home Power Magazine and they refused to publish it!

        Fishing in Tucson

        I have always liked fishing. Randolph Park was right down the street .  There were Large and Small Mouthed Bass, Blue Gills, and ducks, a bait shop too. Besides fishing there, there was a ton of other great stuff to do at the park.\r\n\r\nWe had an arroyo next to the house , after the summer monsoons, it was full of pollywogs and frogs ?. I saw a flash flood coming adown it once. Mesquite  trees and cactus ? surrounded it. So there were plenty of lizards and snakes. Our house was two blocks from the park and you could hit the arroyo with a rock. It had nice deep soft sand to jump into, and if you dug into the brilliant green moss covered banks, that clay made the finest for mud clod fights. They always ended the same way, “my eye, my eye,” someone got hit in the eyes ?!\r\n\r\nEveryday, after school we would play tackle football ? at the park. Totally painless for little guys, even diving catches, no problem. Football was a big deal back then, I mean playing it. My father announced the U of A football games for 23 years. Very funny too . I remember the whole place laughing at his wry humorous side comments.\r\n\r\nAs we got older and bolder we would go at night to make raids on the ducks, and the ice cream ? shed ! At the old baseball stadium, Hi Corbet field, we would go volunteer to be bat boys or chase foul balls as they sailed over into the parking lot. The Cleveland Indians practiced there in winter. Climbing on top of the batting cage nets at night was AWSOME!\r\n\r\nThe neighborhood I grew up in, Colonia Solana, was beautiful, full of paths to walk or bike between the huge houses and the Eucalyptus, Pine ? , Paulo Verde, and Palm trees ?. Every house had a pool, except ours, we had a big cattle tank. Yeah, a big ten ft. wide metal cattle tank, but everyone loved it. It could be stood up empty and and you could walk in it like a circus act. Upside down it was a big drum and on top of a trapped kid,  it was even better ?.\r\n\r\nWe had a basement that everyone of my 3 brothers inherited. 10′ by 15′ with an opening for the crawl space under the house  and an old oil furnace in the back. I loved that old dusty smell. Giant Cactus beetles would get stuck at the bottom of the stairway. It became a Beatnick pad, chemistry lab, fireworks/bomb ?shop,   hippie hang out with strobe lights,  black lights and fluorescent paint ?, loveshack and magical, literally.\r\n\r\nMy oldest brother was a professional magician and he became great at it. The card ♣️ decks: 100+  of them, he’d put each one in a cookie can filled with talcum powder, shake it up every day for a month before using them. He could deal from any part of the deck. Plus, he had and made big stage tricks. Bill Kimball and his lifelong friend Jim Hilkemeyer were well known in Tucson. I got to be the “unknown volunteer”  from the audience. I was very hypnotisable.\r\n\r\nI can remember it all, like it was yesterday.\r\n\r\nStill love to fish here’s my current fishing hole:\r\n\r\n\r\nJk

        Free solar panel news

        If you want free panels you must:\n\n1. Read all the blogs with title of Solar Panel News\n\n2. Once you’ve done that, and your still interested, then call me, John Kimball, 305- 710-9645 and I’ll send you a simple form to fill out for a sample pallet of about 40 modules. If you like those I’ll send you some more. \n\n3. We will send you an invoice (the panels are free) but, hopefully you will buy something as well. We’ll send you a quote  for the handling and shipping.\n\n4. If you need modules for non profit projects like to power off grid  lights and fans for an off the grid school, emergency telecommunications systems, lights and fans for off grid water pumps, off grid medical clinics, etc., etc..\n\nThen be patient , I’ll ship ? a sample pallet of them ASAP.\nJohn\n\nScroll Down For More.\n\nP.S. Please use a Wire Transfer. A credit card, if not over $2,000. We’re flexible. \n\nDon’t get frustrated. \n\nThe squeaky wheel gets the grease and if you don’t ask you don’t get, so if you really think you want hundreds more after testing your first 40 modules.\n\nThank you.\n\nJohn

        Free solar panels for registered recyclers update.

        We are just days away from shipping. \r\n\r\nBy the way we’re having a moving sale it’s the perfect time to stock up on off-grid and grid connect inverters (new and refurbs), charge controllers , mppt, ground mounting racks, trackers,  batteries (very inexpensive to ship even Free delivery on Rolls batteries) must double check on that but they used to be), battery cables, fuses, see moving and liquidation Sale list and make us an offer.\r\n\r\nWe need all the help we can get. Believe it or not I’ve never made any money on this company. But, I have loaned it $4 million and have never seen it come back. Sooooo if you like what we do, and you don’t want us to go out of business, trucking buy something!\r\n\r\nThank you and have a nice day. \r\nJohn