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5 Simple Tips to Up Your Landscape Photography Game

With smartphones always in hand and Instagram feeds constantly being thumbed through, it's no wonder that a lot of people have dabbled in photography. While it's easy to point and shoot with your iPhone or Pixel, there are simple tips budding photographers can use in order to perfect their landscape shots. 1. Include a Focal PointIn [...]

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Renogy Fire Sale 2/23-3/1/2018 ( only)

Although we’re best known for our solar products, that doesn’t mean we don’t like to play with fire every once and a while. This week we’re running our first Fire Sale, and we’d love for you to stop by and take a look at all of the unbeatable deals we’re offering. During this sale you can save up to [...]

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How to Incorporate Solar into a Backyard Pond

Let’s face it: the coolest yard on the block was always the one with the Koi pond. Decorative mini-ponds are trendier than ever, making their way into landscaping, parks, and wedding venues around the country. Not only are these ponds an attractive outdoor feature, they are also incredibly relaxing for adults and fun for kids (supervised, of course). Picking [...]

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Meet the Renogy Rugged Power Pack

If you’re checked out our PowerDeal Sale, you’ve already taken a sneak peek at the Renogy Rugged Power Pack. Here at Renogy, we’re always working hard to create user friendly, portable, and practical products. Portable power generators in general are not new to the market, but solar powered generators are. Recently, many state and federal parks have begun placing noise [...]

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Limited Time Offer: Save 15% On PowerDeal Products

Solar and power products can be expensive. After all, they are generally considered to be long-term investments that are designed to lower power costs or endure several years of travel and wear. At the same time, many of us are budget conscious shoppers, carefully researching all of the similar products on the market and making an educated purchase after [...]

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Solar in the News: January 2018

It seems like nothing exciting happens in January. The holidays are over, your waistline is recovering, and the lousy weather across much of the US means lots of time spent indoors. Likewise, many solar installations are also put on hold until the ground thaws, or at least until the snow melts. Although January is kind of boring, we’ve managed [...]

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Calling all Electronics Junkies: Renogy will be at CES January 9th-12th

Las Vegas happens to be a great winter retreat, especially if you’re living in a sub-zero temperature region. For the past 50 years, electronics enthusiasts across the world have been gathering at the annual Consumer Electronics Show to take a peek at all the newest and best technology in the industry. Last year, over 147,000 attendees made their way [...]

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Solar News Recap: 2017

2017 is another year in the history books. At the close of every year, most of us sit back and reminisce about all of the new beginnings, losses, and successes of the preceding year. This year is no different. Since we’ve been bringing you tidbits of solar news throughout the year, we’d like to take a moment to recap [...]

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Save Big: Renogy Holiday Deals

Last minute shoppers: we have some great news for you! Instead of parking miles away, braving subzero temperatures, and pushing your way through crowded stores, you can shop 24/7 at from the comfort of your couch! This year, Renogy is offering amazing deals on a variety of products that also double as perfect gifts. Below is a snapshot [...]

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Meet the SunPower® Flexible 100 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel

Over the years Renogy has produced some really amazing solar panels. Every year, our engineers are working harder and harder to develop the most efficient, safe, and cost effective solar power options on the market. At the same time, we’ve also been receptive to our customer’s needs and concerns. That’s why we’re always testing new products and vow to [...]

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