Off-grid Home Products

If you are working on an off-grid home or any thing else off grid (telecom, water pumping, etc.) you have hit the mother load. No one has what we have. You can get the lowest price per watt on high quality modules. For any solar panel to be poor quality is very difficult since they are all designed for 20 to 40 years of life, actually no one knows for sure, it cold be more.\n\nIf you just need a couple hundred watts we still  have about 300 mixed laminates. We feel people should smart enough to be able to work with laminates (no frame) without much of a problem. You can glue them to blocks and then mount them using the blocks others have made or found clips with rubber gaskets. Some laminates don’t come with junction boxes so you may have to order those off the internet or put something together from your local electrical/hardware store and perform some very basic soldering then coat with silicone.\n\nWe purchased most of them for$.50 to a $1.00 a watt! So you see its worth the hassle. Most of the 1000 we ordered were sold in the first 3 weeks so it’s important to stay tuned in. The best place is to read my blog as keeping up the web site is difficult. Here I can just tell you. For instance if you have an off grid project you have been dreaming about like:\n

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  • A hunting lodge in the mountains like in Idaho, Montana or Colorado.
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  • An island home in Panama or the Bahamas
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  • A huge solar powered remote home on the Southwestern coast of Fla..
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  • A small solar powered remote home next on the edge of a huge U.S.national forest.
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  • An ecological hotel in the rain forest. say Costa Rica or Ecuadorian section of the Amazon.
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  • A remote home with an airstrip for your own small plane. Say Prescott Valley (a lot of pilots have remote homes)
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  • A solar powered home in the Swiss Alps.
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  • A solar powered home on the islands in Cyprus
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  • A remote resort in Belize, Roatan, Tanzania.
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  • A cabin in Canada.
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  • Your sailboat anywhere.
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  • Your RV in Quartzite, Arizona.
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  • A medical clinic for vaccines in the jungles the Congo.
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  • A backup power system in Haiti (the power is on about 1 hour a day for 8 million people).
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  • An orphanage in Haiti (who knows how many but there’s hundreds of them) with no power lines.
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\nThe 12 containers of 180 to 200 watt modules we just received, about 1.3MW, is enough for over 4000 3Kw remote solar powered homes. We will sell them for about half of the cost of the current  average world market price for PV modules (see www.solarbuz.com) just because of the tiny blemishes they have on them. If you call me personally 305-710-9645 and buy at least 1 pallet (30) I guarantee I will make give you a great deal. Buy a container and I will do even better. Besides I would like to see if anyone reads my blog.\n

EPV modules

\nI think we still have some of the EPV modules that are 98¢/watt if you buy a system we have listed at the top of the web site. They are thin film and under the right circumstances produce more power than crystalline plus, at that price it’s its a freaking world record for UL listed modules, not even First Solar has offered modules below $1.00/watt but they get all the publicity. damn. Anyway it’s a real deal for solar electricity for the next 20 to 30 years. We only have about 200 left of those, I think. We sold a container already and 10,000 of the Unisolar and 2000 of the Kaneka. By the way I am still pissed at how that Wholesale Solar keeps advertising Kaneka at 1.55 and they don’t have it and haven’t had it for the last 3 months. Look at the thickness of this paragraph you can tell when you are whining can’t you.\n

Canadian Solar

\nCanadian Solar (about 500 pcs.) and Suntech (about 900 pcs) are in stock at great prices so I would check those out as well. They are lower than anyone on the internet and anyone else wholesale as far as we can search and we do spend a lot of timje searching.. Evergreen B’s made in Mass. are a good deal for American made modules but the price was recently raised, a mistake, we think. We are trying to sell them by the container load at $1.85/watt so far no takers but we love Evergreen they have been great to us over the years with the exception of one customer they took because “they were too big for us”, I have heard that one before, I wasn’t born yesterday.\n\nWe just purchased 600KW of Suntech at the lowest end of year price we could find. We held out till the bitter end. There are about 4 or 5 different sizes all UL and approved by the California Energy Commission CEC. I don’t think our web site guy has them posted yet but I think they are around 175 watts. You can wait for the pice then call me and I will give you a better deal because I am pretty sure we have another 900 in stock.\n

Solar Refrigeration

\nOh yeah and I love solar refrigeration it’s such a nice contrast: solar and cooling. We had 3 units built for us in China. I figured they couldn’t be that complicated and it seemed strange that one company like Sundanzer could have the whole market. Now I don’t include Larry Schusler’s Sun Frost line because no one could ever do what he’s doing and there’s no margin in reselling it which is fine but we tried and were successful. Our line called Sunelec (really dumb name. I think next time we will just go with SUN) is working real well and boy are they cheap because we are selling them at cost to get them going. Like $490 and they are just  a bit larger than Sundanzer but half the price.From time to time we just haul off and sell something at cost for awhile for one reason or another. People don’t get it but we thin its good for everyone. SMA, Sunelec refrigerators and freezers and ref/freezers, and solar panels like Unisolar, Kaneka, and EPV have all been sold in the thousands on Sun Electronics. I used to tell people “we build pyramids for free” because we never made any money now we make it up in volume and we actually do well.\n

Your going to see a video of our warehouse that’s newer than the one on the home page probably tomorrow if you can stand it. Its going up unedited because I have no patience and I like looking at it. You will see that our concept of a Solar Depot is coming along fast and we should have it together in another few weeks. WE MAY BE OPENING ANOTHER COPANY AT THAT TIME SO CHECK THE BLOG IF YOUR INTERESTED.