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Coming Tomorrow: Cyber Monday

More likely than not, you’ll be back in the office tomorrow to start a new week. If you’re especially lucky, you’ll even get to eat some Thanksgiving leftovers for lunch. We’re with you on this: going back to work after a long holiday weekend is really tough. Cleaning up after your folks leave can be even tougher. However, there [...]

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Happy Thanksgiving and Hello Black Friday

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time where we gather with friends and family and give thanks for all of the great things and people in our lives. This is a day traditionally filled with cooking, chatting and watching a good movie (It’s a Wonderful Life). Here at Renogy, we’d like for our employees to experience the holidays at home, with [...]

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The Holiday Guide 2017: E.SERIES

Let’s face it: the day after Thanksgiving we haul out the Christmas decorations and start listening to holiday tunes. If you’re anything like us, you started listening to the holiday music last week (we can’t get enough). Predictably, we start shopping for all of our loved ones, usually procrastinating until the last minute, unless of course, you snagged a [...]

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Why Choose a Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery?

Batteries are essential to off-grid solar power systems. The batteries store the electricity generated by the solar panels for future or present use (with an inverter), depending on customer needs. Renogy carries three kinds of deep-cycle batteries: Absorbent Gel Matt (AGM), Gel, and Lithium Iron Phosphate. Each type of battery has its own unique characteristics and price points, making them [...]

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Why Install Solar on a Van?

I think its pretty safe to say that all of us have a favorite blog; that one that can capture your attention and keep you reading for hours on end. Some of us like tech blogs, while others like travel or cooking. The list is essentially endless. If you’ve been browsing around for a new read, chances are you’ve [...]

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Where Can You Install an Off-Grid Power System?

Off-grid power systems are becoming a very popular alternative to traditional gas generators. While consumers are growing increasingly interested in renewable energy options, many are also turning to solar as a quieter and more reliable power source than a traditional generator. Off-grid power systems are relatively lightweight, easily transportable, and do not rely on a fuel source. All of these [...]

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Renogy Fall Sale: Save up to 15% on Favorites

Summer of 2017 is in our rearview window as the kids settle back into school and football season picks up. With the cool temps starting, it’s a great time to install a new power system or go on an exciting road trip. While you likely started researching your solar power options in the summer, you planned to buy in [...]

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Power for Puerto Rico and the Carribeans: Helping Rebuild After Hurricane Irma and Maria

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, our hearts go out to those affected by the devastation. Disasters like these can happen to anyone, and we realize how lucky we are that it didn't happen to us. We're also asking, what can we do to help?We knew that by sending solar generators, we [...]

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The Renogy Voyager: Meet the Company’s First Waterproof Charge Controller

Our engineers have been working hard day and night to design a high quality controller that can withstand a splash Our customers have commented that they’d like a waterproof charge controller, but up until last week, it was still in design. Here at Renogy, we like to say that hard work goes a long way. We couldn’t have said [...]

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Making Your Purchase Easier

Solar power systems are a big purchase, and we understand that you need to do as much research as possible before handing over any money. That’s why Renogy is committed to making your purchase as easy as possible. Below we’ll detail the steps you need to take to ensure that you’re buying exactly what you need. Whether you’re looking [...]

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