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I posted a few months ago about going solo at 50. Well I am 51 purchased 8 acres in Tombstone ,Az.
I need a reputable online source  for solar equipment. AltEstore.com has some poor reviews, I need a online
source for reliable cost effective solar equipment. My property is offgrid, water, sewer, electric, I went
with Google Fi, so that I could use a 4g lte free data card for a  remote internet connection using
a LTE modem through my service.

Work starts on my property in less that 30 days, I am the sole builder/contractor.

I'm looking for and online source for a Schneider Inverter , 1200w of PV panels, Outback MPPT 80 amp Charge controller.

Battleborn  LiFePo4 batteries I can source through Amazon.

Thank you in advance for any online suggestions.

 
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Hi L;   Try theses folks out for solar panels. American made at a super price & they take reasonable offers.   The following is an ebay item number searching it on ebay will take you to one of their offers, they have many.   I have bought repeatedly from them and have nothing but smiles . ( 272812576939 )
 
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Tandem solar has been good to us and they have solarworld modules in stock!

https://tandem-solar-systems.com/

Innovateus are good people also.

https://inovateus.com/

I have bought a ton of systems through altestore. Ask for Bonnie Etheridge. She is a great service person.
 
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I might be able to provide some useful information for you, my friend. A few weeks back I was placing a pair of solar panels at my younger son's house. We were pretty lost too, as to where to get some good ones. Plus we all know that buying these products can take a pretty big chunk from your wallet. At the end after some searching, we did manage to find a reliable place and we installed some 100 Watt Solar Panels 100 Watt Solar Panels that were really efficient to the house and the energy saving. I'm not even gonna talk about how much more money is being saved thanks to the panels. Maybe this is something that you were looking for?
 
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Northern Arizona Wind and Sun out of Flagstaff is very helpful and they have a good info section on their website.
https://www.solar-electric.com/
 
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