Solar, Wind, or Both?

Solar modules receive sunlight during the day, charging the battery bank for use during the night. On cloudy, hazy, or foggy days, very little electricity is produced. These are the days and nights when the wind blows.

Wind power supplements solar when solar is least effective. Solar supplements wind when wind is least effective.

A hybrid system delivers the best of both worlds.

Batteries that are charged both day and night last longer and actually requires less of a battery bank since the time between charges is greatly reduced.