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    Read and research about keeping your batteries healthy. Early in my journey I killed a lot of batteries due to not understanding the basics. Now i treat them like royalty LOL.

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    Grid tie is a lot cheaper than off grid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thoner7 View Post
    Grid tie is a lot cheaper than off grid.
    Depends on how far away the grid is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdart View Post
    Depends on how far away the grid is...
    Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdart View Post
    Depends on how far away the grid is...
    EXactly. Over a hundred grand if I wanted onto the grid. Fortunately I donít.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BoFuller View Post
    EXactly. Over a hundred grand if I wanted onto the grid. Fortunately I donít.


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    Dang, well that makes it an easy decision eh?

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    I can think of many better ways to spend $100k, than to install something so I can continue paying for something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    I can think of many better ways to spend $100k, than to install something so I can continue paying for something.
    Exactly!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    I can think of many better ways to spend $100k, than to install something so I can continue paying for something.

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