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Van Life in British Columbia
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Foresty Forest  

This guy lives in his van and travels across British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon climbing mountain summits, he is supported by fans who watch his videos. He has a video showing how is van is equipped. He has a diesel heater and solar panels on the roof of the van.
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Having grown up in Alaska, I used to get that Call of the Wild quite often. As a boy scout, we went almost everywhere to live in the wild. Even spent two different weeks at Mt. McKinley. Traveled up the Alcan Hwy twice, when the highway was 100% gravel. Even spent some time in Whitehorse too. Those were experiences I will never forget.
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If you're not using the energy for the grid, meaning that your house is self-sustainable and that you are sending the extra energy back to the grid aka. the battery. Would the government or the power supplier give you money back? I found only this blog https://websolarguide.com/bifacial-solar-panels/
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(11-23-2020, 07:13 AM)ericmonroe Wrote: If you're not using the energy for the grid, meaning that your house is self-sustainable and that you are sending the extra energy back to the grid aka. the battery. Would the government or the power supplier give you money back?

That depends. Early on, the power companies allowed homemade power to bolster the overall system and spin your counters backwards. Some systems will do that, but the new power controllers don't allow it. The argument is that power added to an open line might electrocute the linemen working on it.
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