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ALWAYS UNBELIEVABLE PRICES
19.5¢/W!

  • ​​$0.195/Watt (Previously $0.24/W) 560 panels/container
  • 230 Watts
  • Brand New
  • Grade A
  • UL Listed
  • 25 Year Warranty
  • Located in the Bahamas
  • 15,000 Modules​
  • ALSO: Yingli 230 W located in a bonded warehouse in Miami: $0.28/W.

Astronergy 305W 22¢/W CIF Port of Cortez, Honduras!

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26,000 Modules

Used Modules, Only 2 Years Old

SOLAR PANELS

Brand Model Qty Price/Watt
SUN SUN260P3AM1 25 .29
SUN HESUN325 20 .26
SUN SUN255(Mix) 18 .29
SUN SUN280 16 .29
SUN HE SUN 225 14 .56
SUN SUN2603AM1 18 .28
SUN SUN HE 320 31 .56
Silfab ZNSBA270M3AM5 19 .29
Silfab ZNSLG260M3G 12 .29
Silfab ZNSLG260M3G 30 .29
Silfab ZNSLG260M3G 15 .29
Silfab ZNSLGM3G 28 .29
Silfab ZNSBA260P3AM1 19 .29
Silfab ZNSLG260M3G (Mixed) 32 .29
Silfab ZNSBA300M4AM5 14 .29
Silfab ZNSBA270M3AM5 43 .29
Silfab ZNSBA265M3AM5 22 .29
Silfab 255W, 260W, 270W (Mix) 19 .29
Silfab ZNSLG260M3G 5 .29
Silfab 265-C01-SW 9 .29
Suniva OPT 265-40-6-1B0 13 .29
Solar World SW 240 MONO 7
Silfab ZSSBA260P3AM1 4 .29
Silfab ZSSBA270M3AM5 3 .29
Silfab 280W, 270W, 265W (Mix) 14 .29
Suniva OPT 260-60-4-100 8 .58
Suniva OPT 275-S35-W5B01 11 .58
Suniva OPT 275-S40-W3B02 44 .58
Suniva OPT 275-S40-SW-W3B02 14 .58
Suniva OPT 285-B35-B5B01-W 25 .58
Suniva OPT 275-B40-B3A02 12 .58
Suniva OPT 290-S35-W5B01 22 .58
Suniva OPT 300-B35-B5B01 43 .58
Suniva OPT 300-S38-W3B02-W 22 .58
Suniva OPT 330-S38-W3B02 22 .58
Suniva OPT 325-S38-W5B02 63 .58
Suniva OPT 340-S38-W5B02 22 .58
Suniva OPT 330-S38-W3B02 32 .58
Suniva 250PT325-72-4-100 12 .58
Suniva OPT 335-72-4-100 5 .58
Suniva OPT 335-S38-W3B02-W 22 .58
Suniva OPT 330-S38-W3B02-W 6 .58
Suniva OPT 335-S38-W-3B02-W 5 .58
Suniva OPT 285-S40-W5B01 7 .58
Suniva 285-S35-W3B01 5 .58
Suniva OPT 285-B35-B5A01-W 122 .58
Suniva OPT 285-S35-W5B01-W 8 .58
Suniva OPT 300-B35-B5B01 5 .58
Suniva OPT 285-S35-W5B01 25 .58
Suniva OPT 275- B35-B5B02 25 .58
Suniva OPT 285-B35-133801 5 .58
Suniva OPT 275-B35-B5A01 15 .58
Suniva OPT 275-B35-B3B01 15 .58
Suniva OPT 275-B40-B3B01 22 .58
Suniva OPT 275-B40-B3A02 25 .58
Suniva OPT 280-B35-B3B01 15 .58
Suniva OPT 285-B40-B3B01 6 .58
Suniva OPT 280-B40-B3A02 25 .58
Suniva OPT 280-B35-B5A02 25 .58
Suniva OPT 280-B35-B5B01 25 .58
Suniva OPT 280-B35-B5A02 122 .58
Suniva OPT 270-S40-W3A02 5 .58
Suniva OPT 270-B40-B3B02-210 21 .58
Suniva OPT 260-B40-B3B01 38 .58
Suniva Suniva 265 10 .58
Suniva OPT 265-B40-B3B01- 210 16 .58
Suniva OPT 265-S40-WBA01 10 .58
Suniva HIGH-C01-BB285 W 15 .38
Silfab 285-C01-SW 4 .38
Silfab 275-C01-SW 12 .38
Silfab HIGH-C01-BB-280W 12 .38
Silfab 280-HIGH-C01-BB 6 .38
Silfab 280-C01-BB 8 .38
Silfab 270-C01-SW 11 .38
Silfab 265-C01-BB 12 .38
Suniva OPT 265-SW 25 .38
Silfab 265-C01-SW 25 .38
Silfab 270-C01-SW 9 .38
Silfab 290-C01-SW 11 .38
Trina TS275 100 (5 Pallets) .48
Hanwha Hanwha 280W 580 (29 Pallet) .42
Sonali Solar SS-10 (12V) 220 1.2
Sonali Solar SS-20 (12V) 211 1.2
Sonali Solar SS-50 (12V) 300 .88
Sonali Solar SS-80 (12V) 354 .88
Sonali Solar SS-90 (12V) 44 .88
Sonali Solar SS-100 (12V) 509 .88
Sonali Solar SS-130 (12V) 76 .88
Sonali Solar SS-310 181 .53
Sonali Solar SS-305 130 .55
Sonali Solar SS-315 26 .65
Sonali Solar SS-240 50 .55
Sonali Solar SS-220 48 .55
Sonali Solar SS-320 546 .55
Silfab 330-C01-SW 6 .38

BATTERY BASED INVERTERS

Brand Model Watts Volts Price
KISAE MW-1204 400 12VDC  $49
KISAE MW-1210 1000 12VDC  $99
KISAE MW1215 1500 12VDC  $149
KISAE MW1230HW 3000 12VDC  $440
KISAE IC-1220100 2000 12VDC  $949
KISAE IC-1230150 3000W 12VDC  $1,099
KISAE SW1204 400 12VDC  $120
KISAE SW1210 1000 12VDC  $249
KISAE SW1220 2000 12VDC  $349
KISAE SWXFR1210 1000 12VDC  $389
KISAE SWXFR1220 2000 12VDC  $479
KISAE SWXFR1230 3000 12VDC  $599
Schneider Electric XW6848 6800W 48VDC  $2,800
Schneider Electric XW5548 5500W 48VDC  $2,600
Schneider Electric SW4024 3400W 24VDC  $1,300
Schneider Electric SW4048 3800W 48VDC  $1,400
Outback Power GS8048A 8000W 48VDC  $3,699
Outback Power GS4048A 4000W 48VDC  $2,599
Outback Power VFXR2812 2800 12VDC  $1,649
Outback Power VFXR3524A 3500 24VDC $1,649
Outback Power VFXR3648A 3500 48VDC   $1,649
SMA SI4548-US 4500 48VDC  $3,649
SMA SI6048-US 6000 48VDC  $4,199

GRID TIE INVERTERS

Brand Model Watts Volts Price
SMA SB3000TL-US-22 3000W 208/240  $ 1,599
POWER ONE MICRO‐0.25‐I‐US 250W 240  $ 150
POWER ONE MICRO‐0.30‐I‐US 300W 240  $ 175
FRONIUS GALVO 1.5-1 1500W 208/240  $ 1,499
FRONIUS GALVO 2.0-1 2000W 208/240  $ 1,599
FRONIUS GALVO 2.5-Q 2500W 208/240  $ 1,659
FRONIUS GALVO 3.1-1 3100W 208/240  $ 1,749
FRONIUS PRIMO 3.8-1 3800 208/240  $ 1,599
FRONIUS PRIMO 5.0-1 5000 208/240  $ 2,099
FRONIUS PRIMO 6.0-1 6000 208/240  $ 2,299
FRONIUS PRIMO 7.6-1 7600 208/240  $ 2,499
FRONIUS PRIMO 8.2-1 8200 208/240  $ 2,600
FRONIUS Primo 10.0-1 208-240VAC 3000W 208/240/277  $ 2900
FRONIUS Primo 11.4 208-240VAC 3800W 208/240/277  $ 3100
FRONIUS Primo 12.5-1 208-240VAC 5000W 208/240/277  $ 3700
KACO Blueplanet 5002X 5000W 208/240/277  $ 700
KACO BP50.0 50000W 480  $ 5000
ENPHASE M250 250W 240  $ 230
SMA SB3800TL-US-22 3800W 208/240  $ 1,899
SMA SB4000TL-US-22 4000W 208/240  $ 1,899
SMA SB5000TL-US-22 5000W 208/240  $ 2,299
SMA SB6000TL-US-22 6000W 208/240  $ 2,499
SMA SB8000TL-US-12 8000W 208/240  $ 2,899
SMA SB9000TL-US-12 9000W 208/240  $ 3,199
SMA SB10000TL-US-12 10000W 208/240  $ 3,399
SMA SB11000TL-US-12 11000W 208/240  $ 3,599
SMA SB11000TL-US-12 11000W 208/240  $ 3,599
SMA TRIPOWER 12000TL-US 12000W 480  $ 3,999
SMA TRIPOWER 1500TL-US 15000W 480  $ 4,499
SMA TRIPOWER 20000TL-US 20000W 480  $ 4,599
SMA TRIPOWER 24000TL-US 24000W 240  $ 5,099
 

CHARGE CONTROLLERS

Brand Model AMPS VOLTS Type Price
Morningstar SS-6-12V 6 12 VDC PWM  $    42.00
Morningstar SS-10L-12V 10 12 VDC PWM  $    62.00
Morningstar SS-10L-24V 10 24 VDC PWM  $    69.00
Morningstar SS-20L-12V 20 12 VDC PWM  $    88.00
Morningstar SL-20L-24V 20 24 VDC PWM  $    93.00
Morningstar PS15 15 12/24 VDC PWM  $    96.00
Morningstar PS15M 15 12/24 VDC PWM  $    152.00
Morningstar PS30 30 12/24 VDC PWM  $    128.00
Morningstar PS30M 30 12/24 VDC PWM  $    186.00
Morningstar SS-MPPT-15L 15 12/24 VDC PWM  $    243.00
Morningstar TS-60 60 12,24 or 48 VDC PWM  $    222.00
Morningstar TS-45 45 12,24 or 48 VDC PWM  $    167.00
Morningstar TS-45 MPPT 45 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    478.00
Morningstar TS-60 MPPT 60 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    598.00
Blue Sky SB2512i-HV 25/20 12 VDC MPPT  $    188.00
Blue Sky SB2512iX-HV 25/20 12 VDC MPPT  $    234.00
Blue Sky SB1524iX 20/15 12 or 24 VDC MPPT  $    220.00
Blue Sky SB3000i 30/22 12 VDC MPPT  $    288.00
Midnight Solar CLASSIC 150 80 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    560.00
Midnight Solar CLASSIS 200 65 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    560.00
Midnight Solar CLASSIC 250 55 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    680.00
Midnight Solar MNKID-M-W 30 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    330.00
Schneider Electric XW-MPPT60-150 60 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    475.00
Schneider Electric XW-MPPT-80- 600V 80 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $ 1,100.00
Schneider Electric C60 60 12 or 24 VDC PWM  $    140.00
Schneider Electric C40 40 12,24 or 48 VDC PWM  $    110.00
Schneider Electric C35 35 12 or 24 VDC PWM  $      89.00
Outback Power FM80 80 12,24 or 48 VDC MPPT  $    530.00
 
 

BATTERIES

Brand Model Type Volts Amps Price
SUN ELECTRONICS AMS-230 FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 6 230  $ 110.00
Outback Power 106RE AGM 12 106  $ 230.00
Outback Power 200RE AGM 12 200  $ 425.00
Outback Power 200NC NANO-CARBON 12 200  $ 450.00
Outback Power 2200RE VRLA/AGM 48V 2140  $ 19,000.00
Rolls S-1450 FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 2 1124  $ 410.00
Rolls S-550 FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 6 428  $ 330.00
Rolls S-605 FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 6 450  $ 350.00
TROJAN T-105-PLUS FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 6 225  $ 125.00
TROJAN  L-16HG-AC FLOODED DEEP CYCLE 6 435  $ 340.00

BATTERY CHARGERS

Brand Model Voltage Amps Price
Schneider Electric TC2-40 12 VDC 40  $400.00
Schneider Electric TC2-20 12 VDC 20  $425.00
IOTA DLS-15 12 VDC 15  $85.00
IOTA DLS-30 12 VDC 30  $140.00
IOTA DLS-45 12 VDC 45  $130.00
IOTA DLS-55 12 VDC 55  $150.00
IOTA DLS-75 12 VDC 75  $240.00
IOTA DLS-90 12 VDC 90  $340.00
IOTA DLS-27/15 24 VDC 15  $240.00
IOTA DLS-27/25 24 VDC 25  $195.00
IOTA DLS-27/40 24 VDC 40  $200.00
IOTA DLS-54/13 48 VDC 13  $300.00

ENERGY EFFICIENT FRIDGES AND FREEZERS

Item Number Description Price
DCF225 SunDanzer DCF225 Solar Power Powered Freezer 8.1 cu Ft $1,157
DCF390 SunDanzer DCF390 Solar Power Powered Freezer 13.3 cu Ft $1,383
DCF165 SunDanzer DCF 165 Solar Powered Freezer 5.8 cu.ft. $1,036
DCR165 SunDanzer DCR 165 Solar Powered Refrigerator 5.8 cu.ft. $1,103

GENERATORS

Honda Generator 1000 Watts EU1000i – $898.57
Honda Generator 2000 Watts EU2000i – $1,150
Honda Generator 3000 Watts EU3000is – $2,299
Honda Generator 7000 Watts EU7000is – $3,699

PANEL MOUNTING

Item Number Description Quantity Price
MR-SW-SW-17 SUN-SWH Standard Mount Rail, 204″, Clear 2,160 $39
MR-SW-SR-14 SUN-SWH Standard Mount Rail, 168″, Clear 360 $33
MR-SW-SR-10.5 SUN-SWH Standard Mount Rail, 126″, Clear 360 $25
MR-SW-LB-90 SUN-SWH Serrated L-Foot, Clear, Standard 2″x2″x3″ 1,000 $2.50
MR-SW-LB-90 SUN-SWH Serrated L-Foot, Clear, Standard 2″x2″x3″ 1,500 $2.50
MR-SW-SB-02U SUN-SWH F-Splice Plate for SWH Standard & Ecolite rails w/4 SS grounding screws 500 $2.50
MR-SW-GL-02CT SUN-SWH Lay-in Grounding Lug Tin, Copper Plated w/SS Tooth Washers & Bolt, Rail Mountable, Clear 800 $2.50
MR-SW-GM-25B SUN-SWH Grounding Mid Clamp Size “B”(50MM t-bolt)(less than 32mm thick modules), Clear 400 $2.50
MR-SW-GM-25K SUN-SWH Grounding Mid Clamp Size “K”(60MM t-bolt)(less than 33-42mm thick modules), Clear 600 $2.50
MR-SW-GM-25E SUN-SWH Grounding Mid Clamp Size “E”(70MM t-bolt)(less than 43-50mm thick modules), Clear 1,800 $2.50
MR-SW-EB-30 SUN-SWH Top Mount “B” End Clamp for 30mm Modules with SS T-bolt, Clear 100 $1.40
MR-SW-EC-35 SUN-SWH Top Mount “C” End Clamp for 35mm Modules with SS T-bolt, Clear 300 $1.40
MR-SW-EK-40 SUN-SWH Top Mount “K” End Clamp for 40mm Modules with SS T-bolt, Clear 400 $1.40

100 MW of used Chinese modules available, call John at (305) 322-1086 for details. See below for specs:

Installed but never used. 100 MW in China.
These Hareon modules were installed on a solar plant, but the plant is not tied to grid yet. Panels were manufactured in 2014.
Quantity as below:
Power: 245W, 4BB, 24,960 PCS
Power: 240W, 4BB, 99,840 PCS
Power: 255W, 4BB, 2245440 PCS
Power: 265W, 4BB, 41,600 PCS
Power: 240W, 3BB, 3,987 PCS
Power: 240-255W, 3BB, 173 PCS
Total: 416000 PCS
Delivered anywhere for free!

SOLAR POWER FOR EMERGENCIES AND DISASTERS.

Jeorge Newberry, a.k.a Solar George drove straight down to the Fla. Keys from Jacksonville as fast as he could when he knew Irma was due to hit in just 48 hrs. “I found a solid cement building at Summerland,” Key Airport, 30 min. from Key West “that belonged to my pilot friend who had evacuated, and stayed there through the storm. When the eye arrived, I went out into the calm, walked a hundred yards onto the center of the runway in front of me, it was submerged under two feet of water, and took pictures before, as the other side of the eye wall moved in. I had to retreat to my shelter.”
He said, “John, it was the best thing that ever happened to me. An army of first responders arrived at the airport so fast immediately after it hit including huge BLACK HAWK army helicopters, a caravan of cargo planes, and the airport is so full of supplies, and volunteers. I’ve been setting everyone up with solar panels, batteries, cell phone chargers, etc. My house was damaged, but nothing like so many others. At my house, I have two refrigerators, a freezer, fans, lights, and a cell phone charger all running on six Evergreen modules.” Jeorge also has a house and hanger at the airport as well as a ton of PV supplies, as he uses the hanger as his warehouse. “I’m so pumped up after being in that hurricane, and now I’m helping everyone out with all those old small little GE modules, (4″ x 6”).
“I’m so pumped up after being in that hurricane, and now I’m helping everyone out with all those old small little GE modules, (4″ x 6″) 12 volt modules you sold me. They work perfectly.” They installed a satellite dish at the airport so he and everyone around the airport and all the first responders had internet. The little high-quality GE modules were just what they needed. He had and STILL HAS tons of inventory of all this equipment right in his hanger at Summerland airport where he was one of the only “riders in the storm”.

Solar George deserves to use it as his own theme song, at least for a few years. He deserves it as much as anybody ever did, I think.
AND, he’s still there! I just hung up with him. He let me listen as another converted cargo caravan took off (and waved to Jeorge) as he did, out the window of the plane.
“A big electrical firm with 40 trucks is fixing the electric lines, that travels around the country just repairing elec systems after disasters like Irma. It snapped the old concrete poles in half!” Jeorge told me.
The whole conversation he was all hyped up saying stuff like, “It was so great I’d give anything to be in another one, it was such an incredible experience”. I’m not afraid to tell you that because he was very concerned about his friends and neighbors, he’s a great guy, his new name should be “Fearless Jeorge”.
I could tell you many crazy stories about Jeorge, how his family is so successful and famous in Argentina (great uncle was the first person to fly over the Andes and started their Air Force), all about his flying trips with me as his co-pilot around Yucatán and the Everglades, and he’s famous in the Keys where he has helped thousands of people in the keys to solarize their off-grid island homes for 40 years (he’s installed nearly 100 homes by himself). He’s been in the solar business longer than me, has built his own home, has several PV cars and is an electrical/mechanical genius, although he has blown himself up at least once, building a jet engine powered beer keg cooler. Best party guy and all around funny guy I ever knew too.
So if you know anyone in the Keys, where it’s a total disaster (they are opening the road to residents for the first time tomorrow), have them contact Jeorge. He’s willing to help and he said I can put this number out for those people who need to call him.
Here it is:
(305) 923-4777
Send in your own stories or ideas on how solar power can help save the day in natural disasters!
Spread the word.
There are five types of light: firelight, electric light, sun light and divine light.

EMAIL FROM DEAN

Hi John,
Here’s a photo you might be interested to see. This was in St. Thomas. The panel in the lower right corner seems to have had every grain of fractured glass blown away, but most look like they might still work.

After Hurricane Ivan, we were without mains power for 5 weeks. We didn’t have any solar at the time, but we had battery backup and a diesel genset, so we had most of the comforts of home and the way we had it arranged we only used 43 gallons of diesel. After a ‘cane, comforts are important. Even though we came through it well, we felt a little dazed. Others we came across didn’t fare so well and looked shell-shocked.
I think it is Tide that offers one bit of comfort in disaster areas. They bring in a big trailer loaded with water tanks, generators, washers and dryers. Anybody can come and get their clothes clean. (We borrowed back a hand-cranked antique washer that we had loaned to a museum for my Mom to use). What a great service!
How could solar be useful to provide community relief? I look at what I could do in my neighborhood with my solar boat, Sun King. It makes plenty of power with the solar panels. It has a water filtration system, so any water from pond, puddle or pool becomes fresh and clean. It has a microwave, a fridge, and a coffeemaker. If nothing else, neighbors could have a cup of coffee, nuke a Pop Tart and keep insulin or other meds in the fridge. That would be a tremendous morale booster.
What about on a bigger scale? Pensacola’s electrician’s union has a solar demo trailer. It could be put to work. A flatbed 18 wheeler trailer with a tall rack of panels comes to mind. Below, water tanks, batteries, inverters, coffeemakers, microwaves, fridge, icemaker, etc. Low grade, high-volume food, like biscuits, tortillas or waffles could be prepared cheaply and quickly. There are all kinds of possibilities that come to mind. It could be put together as a consortium: a solar company, a trucking company, appliance company, FEMA, Red Cross, etc. Keep things humming along in a schoolyard or park. Give folks one tiny bit of normalcy.
Then there is phone service. We had landlines. The SLIC down the road was fine for a couple of days until the batteries ran down. The telco had generators on major installations, but there are just so many gensets and we were orphaned. Seems like there is room for some solar cooperation, there. Most of the cell towers didn’t blow down, but their batteries went down, too. Those with generators had a limited supply of diesel.
Railroads, too. CSX chained generators to crossing gates to keep up the batteries in the crossing signals, at least at major intersections. Maybe they should go solar?
This might be a good time for some of your installer-customers to get some new business.
Just some thoughts. I hope your warehouses and your staff come out of this OK.
Neal

SOLAR WATER HEATER

Jianeng 200L Pressurized Pre-Heated Solar Water Heater – $305
Jianeng 360L Pressurized Pre-Heated Solar Water Heater – $410
Sun 200L Unpressurized Solar Heater – $250

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