Every year, many people worry about hurricane season, and rightfully so. Over two decades, some of the most violent tornadoes have impacted many people in the United States and abroad. Over the course of such events, even those who were not directly impacted by such events were still subjected to loss of power. While this seems dismal in comparison, one must remember that people need the energy to run their appliances, and enough energy to keep their electronics charged so they can stay up to date on what is happening. As a result, solar energy has become one of the go-to power sources, other than conventional gas generators. In this blog, we will discuss whether you should go solar this hurricane season as well as some products we recommend using.
If history has taught us anything, it has taught us that we must be prepared for natural disasters such as hurricanes. One of the best ways to prepare for such an event is to have a backup power supply just in case the entire grid goes down. You want a system that doesn’t need to rely on the grid to recharge, one you don’t need to keep refueling, and one that requires little to no maintenance. Not to mention, one that can withstand hurricane-force winds. Solar Energy Systems are just what’s needed in these scenarios.
Having a backup power supply is a good thing to have, especially when a massive hurricane hits. A good product duo that we recommend is our 700W Portable Generator with our 60W foldable solar panel as it will keep your electronics and small appliances powered and fully charged. By using these two products with one another, you will have a plentiful amount of power, which can then get recharged using the sun when it runs out of power. This way you won’t have to rely on the electrical grid, which is likely down due to the hurricane. Another product that we recommend is our batteries, especially our new lithium battery which can be used as a backup power supply that can be powered by our vast collection of rigid Solar Panels. Speaking of rigid solar panels, most solar panels nowadays can withstand hurricane-force winds and hail strikes, making them a worthy and smart investment.
With all this being said, should you go Solar this Hurricane Season? The answer to this question is yes. There is no reason why you shouldn’t go solar, especially when you are in a state that is susceptible to hurricanes. It’s important to be prepared, especially in an area susceptible to hurricanes. Please visit our website to find all the solar products you need to be prepared for Hurricane Season.