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Here you will find large battery based emergency backup power systems as well as smaller mobile solar power systems. Backup emergency systems can consist of a battery bank sized for your particular needs with an Off Grid or Hybrid Inverter that allows battery bank charging by the the grid, or you can add solar and wind to keep the battery bank charged as well as backed excess energy back into your home and back to the the grid.GreenTechFusion.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Contact us at 888.642.0226 today for help in building your custom Green Backup Power System.
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Find the main components for your solar or wind power project. Contact GreenTechFusion for current solar panel pricing for 21 panels or more.
Solar Electric - Photovoltaic Panels
High power Grid Tie Solar Inverters
Connects solar system to home/business utility panel and syncs 120v/240v AC to Grid.
High Power Off Grid Solar Inverters
Connects to large battery bank to supply 120v AC to eletrical panel.
Low Power Point Of Use Inverters
Point Of Use are also Off Grid Inverters and are used for smaller applications or mobile use.
Sealed Lead Acid - AGM - Lithium - Deep Cycle
Batteries for various applications from mobile to Off Grid including Lithium for longevity
Solar Charge Controllers are used for Off Grid or mobile charging of battery banks
Horizontal & Vertical Axis Wind Turbines
Wind Turbines & Wind Charge Controllers
Large battery backup systems, just add solar and wind
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Going solar and adding renewable energy to your everyday life has never been easier. With our guidance, you will be able understand completely on how you can go solar.
The price of solar panels has come down dramatically in the last few years with added efficiency up to 20% on some panels. Solar Grid Tie Inverters have also come down in cost and have also become more efficient as well.
Although the production of solar panels does require some inputs of raw materials and energy, solar power's environmental impact is minimal. The technology produces none of the carbon, methane or particulate emissions that fossil fuels emit, and it doesn't demand large-scale mining or drilling operations. The only input is free photon energy from the sun. Since panel arrays can be placed on rooftops or in isolated desert areas, solar power's physical footprint is manageable as well.
Along with various state agencies, the federal government offers attractive subsidies for private individuals who install solar panels or solar heating devices in their homes. In certain jurisdictions, generous subsidies may be available for businesses as well. Generally speaking, these incentives allow solar power users to claim tax credits in proportion to the amount of generation capacity that they install on their property. This reduces solar power start-up costs and increases the profitability of the technology.