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solar panel

Postby pluto84 » Sun May 13, 2012 10:37 am

does anybody know where in peru you can get got solar panels?
in the internet i found only cheapstuff how doesent work.
thank for your help


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Re: solar panel

Postby captsirl » Sun May 13, 2012 9:09 pm

I have an export company in Palm Beach Fla. We have a supplier that builds them if you looking for something that could support a home. But no there not here and would have to be shipped.
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Re: solar panel

Postby gerard » Mon May 14, 2012 7:01 am

I've seen them in shops on Jr. Paruro in Downtown, roughly behind Mercado Central/RENIEC. It was a while ago, probably a year or more. One of the business cards I picked says

CDL S.A.C.
Jr Paruro 1080
Tel. 426 0740

and has

40W S/. 580
80W S/. 950

scribbled on the back of it, but those prices are probably way out of date by now.
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Re: solar panel

Postby hberg » Thu May 17, 2012 9:10 am

Getting the right solar panels in Lima can be a pain. As a retired consultant I mounted a small business here (http://deltavolt.pe/) that includes solar installations and I face the problem continuously.

Paruro is definitively a place to check, but: most stuff is of low quality, many panels sold are the ones that didn't pass certifications. They even offer 'brand new Siemens panels' (Siemens sold its solar business around 2002). If you are well informed and are able to spot the tiny differences between good and bad you might find good deals, otherwise it is quite a risk. Btw, be aware of the solar batteries sold there, most are fake! A rather good place is OMP (http://www.ompsac.com/), but availability varies quite a lot - prices are about twice the ones in the US. Enforcing guarantees is almost impossible, contrary to statements.

In case you need some specific panels, I can offer you to get them for you. Take the price in the US, add about 35% (shipping, taxes and the numerous tiny tariffs at the customs) plus something for our efforts and we can get whatever you want in about 6 weeks.

Good luck,

Heinrich

you might want to check our calculator: http://deltavolt.pe/calcsolar (in spanish)
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Re: solar panel

Postby betwithsere » Wed Jul 26, 2017 8:21 am

hberg wrote:Getting the right solar panels in Lima can be a pain. As a retired consultant I mounted a small business here (http://deltavolt.pe/) that includes solar installations and I face the problem continuously.

Paruro is definitively a place to check, but: most stuff is of low quality, many panels sold are the ones that didn't pass certifications. They even offer 'brand new Siemens panels' (Siemens sold its solar business around 2002). If you are well informed and are able to spot the tiny differences between good and bad you might find good deals, otherwise it is quite a risk. Btw, be aware of the solar batteries sold there, most are fake! A rather good place is OMP (http://www.ompsac.com/), but availability varies quite a lot - prices are about twice the ones in the US. Enforcing guarantees is almost impossible, contrary to statements.

In case you need some specific panels, I can offer you to get them for you. Take the price in the US, add about 35% (shipping, taxes and the numerous tiny tariffs at the customs) plus something for our efforts and we can get whatever you want in about 6 weeks.

Good luck,

Heinrich

you might want to check our calculator: http://deltavolt.pe/calcsolar (in spanish)


Hello,

Some electric car drivers are even installing solar on their home’s roof to charge their car.
An electric car powered by clean, renewable energy?
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Re: solar panel

Postby 69roadrunner » Wed Jul 26, 2017 11:24 am

betwithsere wrote:
hberg wrote:Hello,

Some electric car drivers are even installing solar on their home’s roof to charge their car.
An electric car powered by clean, renewable energy?



That would be a lot of solar panals to power a car. Where would you put them?
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Re: solar panel

Postby mikel fuller » Thu Sep 07, 2017 3:47 pm

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Re: solar panel

Postby mrsteak » Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:57 pm

pluto84 wrote:does anybody know where in peru you can get got solar panels?
in the internet i found only cheapstuff how doesent work.
thank for your help


You can find some solar panels in Paruro. There are few stores selling them. Expect it about 3-4 times more expensive than in US/China/EU. I saw a (probably) 80W and 200W panels over there. You can also find small panels in mercado libre, panels for smally DIY projects like toys for kids (1,2,5W maybe).

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