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Backwoods Solar Energy

Backwoods Solar Energy has been in the business since 1978 and produces alternative energy products for the remote homes that are not catered by power lines.

They are offering their free custom design services for your alternative energy system and free technical support after purchasing their products like rooftop solar panels. In fact, most of their staff have their own off the grid homes that generate its own electricity using their own products, so that they can cater to all your needs with expertise.

Furthermore, they are also offering discounts and bargains for their products, such as the solar mounts and modules which costs $750.00 each. It has two sets of UPM-8X pole mount rails in which the rails are drilled for $64, small Kyocera modules, Kyocera 135 and 130, and Solar World 175 and 165. The rails are 107 inches; and you can drill it to other modules.

Furthermore, all the modules are intact though they have some minor rust and paint or powder coat or galvanizing scratches; the structure and the welds are likewise all good. They are also adding new items, like Solar LED Desk (light standard compact everlites with eight white LED multi-purpose lamps) which is the newest type of lamp that has a longer lifetime. In fact, it is rated at 100,000 hours. You can charge it fully under the heat of the sun for six hours. It will turn on at dusk, lighten up your nights and shut off during dawn. You can gain more information about their products and solar panel reviews online; just visit their website.

Backwoods Solar Electric System

Backwoods Solar Electric System is a home-based business located in 1589 Rapid Lightning Creek Road, Sandpoint, Idaho, USA 83864. It was founded in 1984 by Steve and Elizabeth Willey. In 1974, they installed their first off-grid system. Steve is an electronics expert who has adapted varieties of appliances for 12-volt operations. In fact, he has three cordless phone models, one of which has an answering machine that functions on 12v DC and a 900-Mhz model phone.

Furthermore, they have appliances such as Light Emitting Diodes (LED), lanterns and flashlights, and bulbs and fixtures for your cabin or off-grid homes. Solar modules work like your car's battery but you do not have to plug it into the wall; you just need to expose it to the sun. They also have fluorescent compact lamps which are very suitable for remote home areas to lighten up your nights. If you want the best solar panels in your home, you can get in touch with them at 208-263-4290, through their 24-hour fax number 208-265-4788 or by sending them an email at

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Backwoods Solar Society

Backwoods Solar Society is a catalog and an online business which provides their customers with off-grid and grid-tie services. Currently, Julie, Scott, Seqouya and David are the owners of the company.

Backwoods Solar Electric is one of the major web-based and mail-order renewable energy businesses that once operated in a remote place. It has since relocated a few miles down the road. You can reach them via phone at 208-263-4290 or via electronic mail at Backwoods Solar is located at 1589 Rapid Lightning Road, Sandpoint, ID 83864.

Backwoods Solar Module Location

Solar roof panels must be exposed to direct sunlight. This means that there should be no shadows from trees, buildings and wires; otherwise, it will cut its power. However, a 20-degree sunlight exposure will create 95% power; thus, you don’t have to worry if you can’t aim it into the direct sunlight.

Since sunrise and sunset are natural daily routines of the sun, you need to consider the position of your solar module. You need to aim the module at noon time from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to power it up fully. Of course, it is powered by solar energy; thus, sunlight exposure is a must for your solar module to work. However, if you will expose it earlier or later than noon, it will take six hours to power up to its full level.

Furthermore, during seasonal changes, you need to alter the position of the module. In the summer, you need to have the module face the overhead noon sun. During winter, tilt the module to face the sun's lower noon. Furthermore, you need to protect it from snow; just set it near vertical to south direction.