Here Comes the Sun

Smith, Mike
January 2009
Power & Motoryacht;Jan2009, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p30
The article discusses the advantages of installing solar panels on powerboats. A couple of batteries and a solar panel can provide handy back-up power aboard any boat. Instructions for installing a solar panel are presented. The panel will keep the batteries charged without operator intervention and produce power even on cloudy days.


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