Solar Electric Fences Clarendon Hills IL

Local resource for solar energy fences in Clarendon Hills, IL. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to mechanical device, power energizer, grounding rod, and solar electric fence chargers as well as advice and content on high electrical energy and solar energy.

Illinois Solar Energy Association
(312) 376-8245
1281 E. Brummel Ave
Elk Grove, IL
 
Illinois Solar Energy Association
(312) 376-8245
1281 E. Brummel Ave
Elk Grove, IL
 
ILLIANA POWER CORPORATION
(888) 815-8023
P.O. Box 482
Marshall, IL
Services
Solar Energy Contractors

Nu-Wave Technology Inc
(630) 655-4665
152 Burlington Ave
Westmont, IL
 
Globe Energy
(309) 691-4151
1610 W Altorfer Dr
Peoria, IL
 
Air-ease Geothermal Heating & Cooling
(708) 429-6550
17390 George Brennan Hwy.
Tinley Park, IL
 
Air-ease Geothermal Heating & Cooling
(708) 429-6550
17390 George Brennan Hwy.
Tinley Park, IL
 
Effingham Wind and Solar Power
(217) 690-8987
10088 E. S. Timberlake Rd.
Effingham, IL
Services
Wind and Solar Power

Eriten Incorporated
(708) 206-1140
1820 Ridge Rd
Homewood, IL
 
Biomass Rules
(618) 664-9687
1000 E Harris Ave
Greenville, IL
 

Solar Electric Fences

Solar energy for electric fencing is a practical solution to keeping livestock in and pests and predators out. Typically, a solar fence will have a 500 volt charge, enough to give a light, though harmless shock.

The situation of an electric fence-the remoteness and the need for a simple electrical system to power it - makes it an ideal opportunity to use solar (or wind) energy. These types of systems are in use as far north as northern Alberta.

As with other uses of solar PV in remote locations, a solar electric fence will require little (if any) maintenance. Typically, systems are equipped with battery backup, with enough supply to go two weeks without sunlight.

When positioning your solar panel, be sure that it is getting adequate sunlight. Be sure that:

  • It is facing the sun directly and at the proper angle: position the panel at noon. If you have time, check on it once a month and adjust the angle with the sun's seasonal angle.
  • It is unshaded.
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