Solar Overview

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Tiny Watts Solar specializes in solar design and installation for all things tiny. Tiny projects include vans of all types; Sprinter, Pro-master, Transit, VW, tiny houses, camper trailers, boats etc. If you want to go solar we can help you size your system based on your electrical needs, design the layout, purchase system components, provide installation instruction, a pre-wired kit or install it ourselves if we are in the area!

Each project typically starts with an over the phone consultation in which we discuss all aspects of your project: intended usage, electrical load sizing, roof space/solar resource, various system components, different solar panel options, inverter sizing, LiFePO4 batteries, charging via the alternator, shore power/generator back up, etc. We'll answer any questions you may have and from there we will have the information we need to customize a system for you. 

All systems are customized based off our consultation and this way we can ensure you get a system designed specifically for your unique project. We charge a flat rate of $245 per consultation and it usually takes about an hour. Following our call we will send you a quote (or multiple comparisons) for the systems we talk about over the phone, we are currently as busy as the sun working on quotes for other adventure seeking folk as yourselves and therefore a custom quote turnaround is 7-10 business days. Your consultation fee is applied towards the purchase of your system components.

What is nice about sourcing through a solar company is you'll save a 30% federal tax credit on the entire cost of the system! To give you a ballpark, a minimal system will start at about $6500 and our more premium offerings are upwards of $10,000. The tax credit can bring down the net-investment to $3,800 to $7,000 which is substantial savings for a premium power system.

Solar Consultation

Contact us today if you want help with your project!

Wes solarizing a Tiny House in Oregon.

Wes solarizing a Tiny House in Oregon.

Savana installing solar off-grid in rural Nicaragua.

Savana installing solar off-grid in rural Nicaragua.