Installation available in San Diego for Go Power! products purchased through Sun Power RV.
- STEP 1: INSTALL SOLAR POWER, Installing the solar panel(s) on the roof, routing the cable to the charge controller, and routing the cable from the charge controller to the batteries will cost between $300 to $500.
- STEP 2: UPGRADE AND ADD BATTERIES, Installing batteries will cost between $200 to $300. Adding additional batteries may require fabricating a shelf/enclosure to house the batteries which will cost more. Additional batteries will also require new heavy guage copper battery cables, battery tie downs, and/or battery boxes.
- STEP 3: INSTALL AN INVERTER, Installing the inverter, routing the heavy gauge cable from the inverter to the batteries, installing the fuse block and installing the inverter remote will cost between $400 to $700.
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