May 13,2015 / News
On Mobile Solar’s 10th Anniversary Elon Musk brings Energy Storage to the Mainstream!

Exactly 10 years ago, Mobile Solar created its first trailer-based solar generator. Coupling solar panels and batteries was a very novel concept at the time and as the years went on we became increasingly enthusiastic about the possibility of a future in which the sun …

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Feb 20,2015 / Projects
Say Hello to the All New MS-325!

In early February 2015 Mobile Solar completed construction of a fully loaded MS-325 solar generator.  Boasting twelve 100%-American-made Suniva panels rated at 270-watts each, this 5×16-foot trailer platform has never sported such a power solar array – nearly 3.25kW of DC input. This impressive all-renewable …

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Feb 10,2015 / News
Mobile Solar Attends CESA’s Annual Market Development Forum

Earlier this year, Mobile Solar participated in the California Energy Storage Alliance’s Annual Market Development Forum.  As a member of CESA, Mobile Solar is seeking to educate themselves on the future of energy storage in California and the rest of the world.  CESA is the …

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Oct 14,2014 / News
Giga Solar releases new ultra-light weight solar modules

Giga Solar, a 2011-startup based in Portola Valley, Calif., has a pretty simple value proposition: they design and build highly efficient ultra-light-weight mono-crystal solar modules.  Mobile Solar is currently evaluating these modules for use in our MS, LT and PK model lines.  We spoke with …

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Oct 6,2014 / Projects
Mobile Solar designs new Extreme Latitude MS racking system

For years our MS-Series solar generators have led the industry in design and engineering.  One feature that has set these units apart is the ability for the user to adjust the solar racking system to maximize solar gain throughout the year.  Well that feature just …

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Sep 17,2014 / News
A Huge Win for Battery-Based Solar Systems that Connect to the Grid

Mobile Solar would like to applaud the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its decision to green light battery-based grid-connected photovoltaic systems.  Utilities such as PG&E had been pushing for huge fees and a burdensome regulatory process in order to dissuade homeowners from storing energy …

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