In case many of you aren't aware, Renogy leads considerably in the RV market with their mono panels...At least in the DESIRE for their panels....BECAUSE those RV'ers that have them are so super pleased with them...Especially those RV types with challenging roof layouts that demand small efficient panels...Yeah, Renogy panels lead the whole pack and are the envy of all RV types.
Yup, MANY RV types, especially van dwellers, have or WANT those sweet, efficient, small Renogy panels...Especially those Eclipse panels. Yeah, especially those Eclipse panels...Because they are super small and very efficient...Also very attractive, also very durable(their glass panels), and now being offered finally at competitive prices.
If you desire to cover your house with grid tied solar, then look elsewhere, because today Renogy is especially good at the RV and small off grid cabin stuff,...Especially good at it...Very especially good at it.
I am VERY pleased with my many Eclipse Renogy panels..VERY pleased.
Many RV folks want lotsa solar power at the very cheapest prices, where they start pricing at their panels, and continue their system component pricing all the way thru the complete system.
I cheer for their efforts, but I also KNOW myself where their systems will bite them in the butts if based solely on price.
It IS and MUST BE CONSIDERED a TOTAL SYSTEM! And there are particular items in that system that must be the very most efficient, and therefore perhaps the most expensive. Yeah, it IS a FACT, and that fact WILL slap you in the face when you cheap out on ANY single item in your whole system...Come on, it is a total system where each component must relate to the other and will perhaps cost lots more to do it right...It really is a "Buy once, cry once" scenario IF you investigate it completely.