Small but effective
On the other end of the spectrum is a three panel trailer based system we built for a client who lives year round in a RV Park. During the winter months, when most inhabitants leave and electricity at the park is shut off, our customer still has power. When the power is shut off, the trailer is rolled to a sunny spot to do its work charging the batteries in our client’s cabin. The batteries are hooked up to the cabin main service panel and become the source of electricity. Another small battery backup system we installed in a remote barn is used only for lights, fans, and to keep the radio on which “keeps the animals more content”. Whether a system is small or large, we still get the same excited feeling when the connections are made and electrons start flowing. It’s magical.