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    Off the Grid Power

    I took Skip's class in 1998. I'm new to the forum, so if anyone already mentioned this , please forgive me. A great resource for generating your own power is www.backwoodssolar.com in Sandpoint, Idaho. Their catalog has some great information to wire a house.

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    You have to check around for prices, though. Their price for evergreen 115's isn't as good as http://store.solar-electric.com/evso115wasop.html. Looks like wind and sun has a sale on their outback inverters too, right now.

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    http://www.ecobusinesslinks.com/solar_panels.htm is a good site to help you get an idea of what companies offer the best prices.

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    Hah! I used to live in Sandpoint a looong time ago. 8)

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