Renewable Energy Systems has teamed up with Arctic Home Living and our new Fairbanks store is now open! We are at 1698 Airport Way, in the lower level of the Arctic Home Living building across from the Regal Cinema.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at the Home Show and the Sportsman show. Come see us at our new store if you're in Fairbanks! We'll gladly help you take the next steps to set up an alternative energy system and start producing your own power.
It is not only affordable to use renewable power for your off-grid cabin, lodge, RV, or boat… it can save you money.
Renewable Energy Systems' complete solar and wind cabin kits start under $2000, making it easy and affordable to power your outdoor lifestyle. Great for DIY-ers! Our pre-engineered and preassembled systems are designed in several sizes to match your load requirements, using only durable, well made, compatible components that will provide years of reliable energy production in our unique Alaska environment. We can customize to your site and energy needs. RV systems start at only $559.
We'll share our best tips and tricks, or you can have our experts do the work for you. RES provides ongoing support and service, and offers free classes and technical training throughout the year to help you get the best performance and life from your system.
Get energy for your wild Alaska life. Now is the perfect time! Take advantage of the current 30% Federal tax credit.
Take a look at some of our remote cabin projects in the gallery!
Hats off to the Alaska Aviation Museum for their installation of Alaska's largest tracker system. The giant solar array is an eyestopper at the airport, standing beside the museum on the south shore of Lake Hood. The array of 28 Sanyo 220w solar panels, served by a Sunnyboy 7000w Grid Tie inverter, will supply over 6 kilowatts of production to the museum. The Deger 5000HD Dual Access Tracker follows the sun to ensure the fullest possible exposure for best energy output. The system is grid-tied, allowing any excess power generated to be fed back into the local power grid. Renewable Energy Systems worked with the museum to identify system requirements, and supplied the panels, tracker, and other components for their ultimate system.
The Alaska Aviation Museum preserves and displays historic aircraft, aviation artifacts, and memorabilia. The museum tells the story of aviation in Alaska, from its indispensable bush pilots to airlines that have served Alaska over the years, and the military's vital role in protecting the last frontier. For more information, visit www.alaskaairmuseum.org.
Valley Community for Recycling Solutions has completed a significant expansion of its green power capacity with the addition of a Kestrel wind turbine to its recycling facility in Palmer. The turbine will add an additional kilowatt of power annually to the 4.3 kilowatts of capacity supplied by the center's 24-panel solar array, which began energy production in May 2011.
Renewable Energy Systems congratulates developer Steve Zelener on the completion of a 17.2kw solar energy system at Alaska's first solar powered office complex, the Anchorage Solar Building at 5th and E Street in downtown Anchorage. The 96-panel array produced over a megawatt of electricity in just its first two weeks in service! The array is expected to contribute 6% to 9% of the building's annual electric load, and save 308 tons of greenhouse gas (CO2) over 25 years (equivalant to 616,000 auto miles.) The system employs 96 Trina 180w monocrystilline solar panels, three SMA Sunny Boy 6000US grid-tie inverters, and a vertical mounting structure from Unirac Sunframe. Renewable Energy Systems designed the system and supplied the panels, system components, and materials for the project. Learn more at anchoragesolarbuilding.com.
Renewable Energy Systems is your source for solar and wind energy solutions. We set ourselves apart from the competition with a philosophy of designing and selling complete functional energy systems, not just parts and components. We carry an extensive inventory of quality energy generation products, including • Solar Panels • Wind Turbines • Batteries • Inverters • Generators • and much more!
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Our systems are built using high quality, compatible components to provide complete solutions that work for your energy needs. We have years of experience in selecting and designing materials and components that handle Alaska’s unique weather conditions. Our installation team has installed remote and grid-tie systems, wind turbines, solar arrays, generator backup systems, and other renewable energy systems all across Alaska.
Visit our Anchorage store at 145 W. Dimond to view our locally stocked and competitively priced inventory. While you are there check out our grid-tied renewable energy systems, including a 2.6kw roof top grid-tied solar panel array and a 3kw wind turbine system. In Fairbanks, you'll find us at 1698 Airport Way in the Arctic Home Living building across from the Regal Cinema. The Fairbanks store's 48-panel 12kw grid-tied rooftop solar array provides an impressive amount of energy, offsetting 100% of its summer power.
Take advantage of workshops and training to help you understand and evaluate potential renewable energy systems. Our technical team will work with you to evaluate your energy requirements, design a reliable and cost effect system, and manage its installation at your home, business, or remote site. The RES team of professionals look forward to working with you on your renewable energy solar or wind project. Contact us soon to begin the discussion.
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RES stocks a full selection Rolls Surrette and Trojan batteries. Stop in and see our extensive inventory of deep cycle, lead-acid, and AGM batteries. Tools and tips for maintaining your batteries and maximizing their output and life are available in our store.
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