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Exciting Summer Road Trips

Summer brings a host of amazing opportunities that just aren’t there during the colder winter months. As soon as the ground begins to thaw and the temps get above freezing, we’re the first to pack up our bags and hit the road to begin exciting new journey. Sometimes our journey is right in our backyard at a local hiking [...]

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Renogy Memorial Day 2017

In the spring, most of America is still slowly defrosting from the harsh winter chill. Flowers begin blooming and the sun comes out just a little bit more, with April showers sure to follow. A famous playwright and poet perhaps said it best: “April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” That spirit of youth gives way to [...]

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Renogy Recognized as 25th Fastest Growing Women-Owned Company

The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) describes itself as a nonprofit membership organization for women presidents of multi million dollar privately held companies. Members include presidents, CEOs, and managing directors of businesses around the world. The WPO’s main goal is to further the advancement and acceptance of women entrepreneurs across all industries. Renogy’s CEO and founder, Dr. Yi Li, is a [...]

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Factors to Consider when Deciding to Purchase a Charge Controller

A charge controller is an essential piece of equipment for all off-grid solar power systems. That being said, it is important to determine which kind of controller would best suit your system’s needs. Charge controllers come in different amp sizes and power tracking technologies: PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) or MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking), which can make shopping a bit [...]

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E.SSENTIALS Shine a New Light on Renogy

While it may be true that you know us best for our on-grid and off-grid solar products, Renogy is so much more than what meets the eye. At first glance, we look like a company that ONLY manufactures solar panels and accessories, but we’re changing all that. Since Renogy’s goal is to create solar products that can be integrated [...]

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Adam Nawrot's Great American Roadtrip- Southwest US

With just a week off and a northeastern winter's worth of longing for warm weather, we stuffed a mattress and a Renogy Phoenix Generator into our sedan and hit the road for a 36 hour straight shot from New Jersey to Nevada. Keen on savoring the sweeter flavors of the desert's low hanging fruit, our [...]

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Product Release: Renogy Inverter Chargers

Once again, Renogy is rolling out the release of a great new product line: Inverter Chargers. Last year, Renogy began selling three pure sine wave inverters in 500W, 1000W and 2000W. Inverters, which are used to convert the direct current produced by solar panels into alternating current, are an essential product for most off-grid power systems. In the US, [...]

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Take a Look: Eclipse Solar Suitcases

Efficiency and portability have never looked this good. The new Eclipse Solar Suitcases are a Renogy exclusive, and a new favorite. If you own or have tried an Eclipse 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel, you’re already aware of the excellent efficiency and portability these panels have to offer. The Eclipse Solar Panels have higher module efficiency (18.35%) than the classic 100W [...]

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Renogy Solar Panels Help Track Rare Songbird

An insight into how Renogy Solar Panels are helping to track the rare Kirtland's WarblerSolar panels are suitable for almost any situation where off-grid power is necessary. Off-grid solar panels are used to power sheds, cabins, boats, RVs, or are available as a power backup system in the event of an emergency. While this list is illustrative, it [...]

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​This Week In Solar News

The future of solar is bright, with many new residential and commercial customers electing to install PV installations on their homes and offices. With all of the new solar buzz, it can be hard to keep up. We’ve pulled three of the best and most exciting news articles of the week.(1)The first community solar project in New York City [...]

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