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GreenRay Solar offers amazingly simple, inexpensive solar panel technology for your home or business
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Each SunSine panel is its own individual appliance, in other words, working fully and completely by itself. But the panels can also be attached to one another very simply, and operate at full capacity in a network as well. In contrast to most DC systems that have to be specially configured based on size and climate to power a single central converter, GreenRay's system works optimally whether you have one panel or 20 panels, and in any climate conditions. Once attached to the main electrical distribution panel, SunSine AC Modules are configured to good to go right out of the box.
Originally posted by xxcalbier
well i am afraid there responce is just a auto generated emali as taht is what i got.
For something so great there is no contact info other then auto email reply.
looks like it isnt real
reversing your electricity meter and thereby reducing your net power bills. However, you would still need to take power from the grid at night time.
Originally posted by Funk bunyip
Looks pretty sweet.. however, bear in mind, with an AC output you cant store excess electricity in normal batteries. So these would not work in an "off the grid" situation unless you installed an inverter to convert to DC current for storage.. As is, they would simply feed the excess power created back into the grid, reversing your electricity meter and thereby reducing your net power bills. However, you would still need to take power from the grid at night time.
Well that's my impression from a quick glance.. great find however and if the price is right, definately worth a look.