That depends on the size of the panel.
When we bought our home it was already set up for an off grid lifestyle. There are no power lines within several miles from our house. It had a 24-volt solar power system. The panels for that system had twenty, 90 watt panels located on the roof.
A photo of our home with the old, smaller panels mounted on the roof.
That 24-volt system set-up was too small to power the well pump, therefore it was too weak to bring running water into the house. We upgraded to a 48-volt system and replaced the smaller panels, with brand new twelve, 300 watt panels. In the su...
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