Calif. Firm Marketing DIY Solar Panels for RVs

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March 21, 2013 by   1 Comment

Ventura, Calif.-based WindyNation is marketing solar and wind products for the end-user DIY market, according to a press release.

WindyNation’s Solar Panel Complete Kits for RVs, boats and off-grid applications are available from 100-watt to 600-watt units and allow for easy installation of a solar panel to a battery bank.

Some of the benefits and features of a kit for RVs, boats, and off-grid applications include producing up to 3600-watt hours of charge per day depending on kit size, two or more panels providing back-up power for critical appliances like a refrigerator during a power outage, powering devices in remote back country locations, and easily providing power for sheds, light poles and gates without the need for trenching and laying cable, says the company.

The suggested retail price for a 100-watt kit starts at $214.98. For more information, call WindyNation at (805) 323.6445, email, or visit

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One Response to “Calif. Firm Marketing DIY Solar Panels for RVs”

  1. Dave Wiley on March 22nd, 2013 12:09 pm

    I bought their 200 Watt Solar Kit about 6 months ago. I have the two panels mounted on my Winnebago. Their kits are easy to install and I could not find a better price anywhere. My local RV dealer wanted $1180.00 for a 200W solar kit with installation!!!