Buyer’s guide for solar panels it’s the good stuff for cheap.

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20 thoughts on “Buyer’s guide for solar panels it’s the good stuff for cheap.”

  1. Why don't you admitthat you are a salesman for this company…Someone once said that there are liars, and damned liars…Which one are you?

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  3. While Alte appears to be a really good solar dealer, it does NOT have the lowest prices for 100 Watt solar panels.  I have just bought one on Amazon for less than $100 and a 100 Watt flexible on Amazon for $119 (2 week delivery from Hong Kong).  Both of these are monocrystalline panels.  This is NOT a put down of Alte but a contradiction of this presentation which says Alte is the low cost provided.  It simply is not true.

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  5. This might be stupid but could you put an automatic sun adjusting filter to prevent solar panels from getting too hot since their best operating temperature is about 77 degrees fahrenheit? I don't know much about solar so forgive me for my ignorance .

  6. what is a good heat resistant solar panel brand? I live in southern AZ and it gets in the 100 pretty regularly here in the summer

  7. Looking at altestore.com, I noticed that some solar panels are 12 volt, some 20 volt, etc. Can you recommend a website or book that explains which voltage one needs for their system. I'm thinking in terms of a Class C RV with enough power to run a blender, electronics, etc.

    I would appreciate all the help you can give me as to where to look for the pertinent information. Thank you!

  8. The $230 shipping price (for just one panel) might be a deal breaker for some people.

  9. It's nice to see a fairly recent video showing $0.65/W. I just paid $90 for a 100W 12V shipped, from somewhere else… Is shipping included of the $/W figure?

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