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Outback Power put out a Case study featuring Mobile Solar

“Paso Robles, California is a populated urban area with an abundance of solar exposure and limited building space. Due to an unreliable utility grid producing frequent service outages, the community sought an alternative energy solution to offset utility grid dependency and take advantage of California’s lucrative net-metering opportunities. A grid-tied system would exceed spacing restraints and disconnect from the grid during utility outages— an all-too-frequent occurrence. With these limitations in mind, it was clear that this project required a more advanced system with a small footprint.Working within project constraints, Mobile Solar designed a PV system with 418Ah/48V battery backup storage housed in a custom-built structure behind the condominium. The state-of-the-art system includes an OutBack FLEXpower TWO pre-wired system to maintain the backup batteries at a full state of charge and supply power to the OutBack inverters, allowing the resident to sell excess electricity back to the grid for additional financial incentives. Using this net-metering program, the condominium owner now has the potential to completely eliminate costly utility bills.”

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Outback Case study featuring Mobile Solar

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Mobile Solar mentioned in the November issue of Mother Earth News

Solar Generators: Clean, Portable Power

11/20/2012 12:01:50 PM

By Miriam Landman

Generators are typically used to provide electricity during power outages (e.g., during storms, emergencies, and related disaster-relief operations) or in off-grid situations or areas where there is no access to a built-in power source (e.g., on construction sites, on camping trips, or at outdoor events—for concert stages, food booths, etc.). So, in a nutshell, they’re mostly used for temporary, portable/mobile, back-up, or remote power needs. Generators are especially critical for some farms, to keep well pumps running (during power outages) to be able to continue to get water to livestock or crops.

Conventional generators have a number of downsides. They require gasoline (or diesel fuel), which can be expensive — especially during emergencies, when there can also be gas shortages. The emissions from gas-powered generators also contribute to air pollution and climate change, and they can cause carbon monoxide poisoning when placed inside a home or building, or too close to doors, windows, or vents on the outside of a building. Furthermore, gas generators are very loud.

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Look for a Mobile Solar MS-150 solar generator at the Cal Poly Earth Day celebration!

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One of Mobile Solar’s  MS-150 solar generators will be powering this weekends a Earth Day celebration at Cal Poly Canyon! We are glad to apart of this great event.

For more info: http://polyland.calpoly.edu/topics/stewardship/stewardshipx330/Earth%20Week.html

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Mobile Solar will be powering the Morro Bay Oyster Festival

 Come on out to the 1st Annual Central Coast Oyster Festival in Morro Bay this Saturday noon to 8 pm. We’re powering the event with two MS-150 solar generators. Guaranteed good times and great food and music! Visit: http://centralcoastoysterfestival.org/ for more info.Mobile Solar at the Oyster FestivalOyster Festival

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