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  • in reply to: off grid in australia #68645
    DEEDEE
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    Wow unbelievable…well I am sure they wont be able to put a meter on a small “Sunraiden” ..compact and easy to move around with…also I would really check into this law and fight it ..because sometimes these big companies do what they want NOT what is actually the law or right ..Good luck and keep us posted…living of grid means getting away from all these rich companies

    in reply to: off grid in australia #68646
    DEEDEE
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    SO glad for you and I hope you don’t get to lonely …I am sure there are girls out there who love to live of grid…Just make sure you have always energy for your phone and maybe computer (if you have one) that’s great connection to the world ….to assure that get yourself a “Sunraiden” I have one I am very satisfied with and I like it so I tell people that live of grid….Wishing you all the best !!!!!!!keep us posted!!!!

    in reply to: off grid in australia #68647
    DEEDEE
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    well if you want electricity of grid you could buy yourself a small solarinverter (compact and easy to transport or move)which uses a battery and/or a solar-panel …you can recharge your batter with a small solar-panel …and if you do not have one you can just use your battery and recharge with a charger or let your truck recharge it .I bought myself a small “Sunraiden” its great and works great what I like most about it it keeps my cell phone charged because it is pure sine. Hope my reply helped you to get power easy and with no hassle. Keep us posted!

    in reply to: off grid in australia #68623
    DEEDEE
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    My advice always carry a small solarsystem with you so you are always connected to power .FYI .Sunraiden has a great solarinverter/charger its powerful enough it comes in a 1000 watt or less depending on your needs easy to install and use

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