Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to a few common question. Please reach out if you'd like more information.

What's this going to cost?

The cost of installing solar panels on an RV can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the size of the system, the quality of the panels and equipment, and the complexity of the installation. Generally speaking, an RV solar panel system can cost anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars.

A small, basic system might consist of a single 100-watt solar panel, a charge controller, and a battery, and could cost around $800-$1200. A larger, more complex system with multiple panels, a higher-end charge controller, and a larger battery bank could cost several thousand dollars or more.

The cost of an inverter/charger for an RV can vary depending on the brand, size, and features. For example, a 2,000-watt inverter/charger with an 80-amp charger might cost around $1,100, while a larger 3,000-watt inverter/charger with a 120-amp charger and additional features like built-in transfer switches and remote monitoring could cost $1,500 to over $3,000.

Installation isn't included in these costs. We design each system specifically for the owner's needs.

It's important to consider your power needs and budget when selecting a solar system or an inverter/charger for your RV. Investing in a high-quality system can provide reliable power for your RV appliances and devices, and can also save you money in the long run by reducing the need for expensive campground hookups and generator fuel. Additionally, many RVers find that the added independence and ability to camp off-grid is well worth the investment.

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