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So Many Uses: Solar Cabin Kits

Perhaps you’re the kind of nature lover that prefers watching the stars and breathing in the warm summer air as opposed to sleeping indoors in a tiny structure we like to call a ca…
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Memorial Day: Monday, May 30th

If you’re anything like me, you love 3-day weekends. When Friday rolls around, you feel a rush of exhilaration followed by an ultra relaxed afternoon, knowing that you’ll see your…
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Handy Go-To Solar Products

We’ve all been trapped at a public event or even an airport where it is impossible to find an electrical outlet. If you are the outdoors-y type, you’ve likely found yourself in the…
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Support Renogy with IndieGoGo

If you’ve recently visited any of the Renogy websites, you’d know about an exciting new product that is set to launch later this year: the Lycan Powerbox. The Lycan is a solar powe…
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Hydropower: The Forgotten Renewable?

Growing up in northern Illinois, I remember taking class fieldtrips to historic farms, many of which lined the outer suburbs of Chicago. While each farm had its own unique charms,…
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Need to Know: Solar Tax Credits

So you may have made a 2015 new year’s resolution to install solar panels on your home or office. Between the hustle and bustle of kids, play dates, office fiascos and events, your…
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Make Your Home Eco Friendly Today

Going greener doesn’t have to be expensive, nor does it have to be time consuming. While solar panels are a great way to take that next step into greener living, there are many oth…
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Great Tools for Solar Panel Systems

Preparing to put together your first off-grid or on-grid system can seem especially daunting. Though we can’t build the system for you, we are standing by to help you select the pe…
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Solar Presence in Chile

Renogy is a global supplier of solar panels, mostly in the US, but also abroad. Though many customers recognize Renogy for selling panels under 100W, the Company also sells 240W, 2…
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My Fourth of July

Take some time this weekend to stop and ask yourself, what does the Fourth of July really stand for? American flags will sway in the summer wind during the day, and colorful firewo…
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Solar in Low Light Regions

It is no secret that many homeowners and businesses in the sunbelt are taking advantage of solar installation to lower their monthly costs. Where sunlight is abundant, solar panels…
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Adding Solar to Your Plate

It isn’t everyday that you hear the words “solar” and “dinner” in the same sentence, particularly because solar panels have been traditionally employed in residential or permanent…
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A Greener Greenhouse

As mentioned before, the old adage that April showers bring May flowers is not true for many states across the US. Particularly, in the southwest, rain is especially scarce this ye…
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Solar Landscape and Urban Sprawl

Urban sprawl is an unavoidable consequence of population growth, especially in poor, urban areas in developing countries. In 1789, Reverend Thomas Malthus predicted that the human…
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Green Laws, Greener Horizons

At the end of each year, people across the country make resolutions. For some, those resolutions involve weight loss, saving money, or becoming more charitable. Few, however, make…
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What is Geothermal Energy?

In today’s day and age, it may be easy to forget about some of the great renewable energy products on the market. After all, there are so many new options for both homes and commer…
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Solar Panels on Water

During our years of youth we were told to keep electrical appliances away from the water for fear of electric shock. It is a simple notion that water, not in its purest form, but w…
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Anchors Away: Renogy Boat Kits

Forget about a weekend downtown. Here at Renogy Solar, we love spending time on the water! It doesn’t matter where the water is- it could be a river, lake or ocean, a day away from…
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Invite Renogy on a Camping Trip

While it doesn’t get too cold here in Chino California, the same can hardly be said for the rest of the United States. With record snowfall, below average temperatures, and d…
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Solar Energy in College Education

Solar panels weren’t nearly as popular 20 years ago as they are today, and maybe that is why most of us do not remember learning about them in school. Science classes seemed…
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