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When describing the energy savings of going solar, it’s usually in terms of how much you’re saving when compared to what you would spend generating power with a gas generator. An average generator burns one half-gallon of gas an hour; the average price of a gallon of gas in the U.S. is $2.25. If you are parked at a site and use a gas generator for four hours, you’ll spend $5 on gas.
Based on that figure, if you had a $3,900 investment in solar instead, you would reach a break-even point on your investment in 780 days, which is 2.14 years of daily use. If solar allows you to avoid $40-a-night campground fees, your break-even point arrives much sooner.
After you reach the break-even point with solar, your energy costs from then on would be $0, other than what you’d pay for any replacement parts. For instance, your batteries would need to be replaced after about five years of use.
In reality, even if you have a good-sized solar energy rig, you likely will use a gas generator from time to time, particularly during rainy or cloudy periods, in order to maintain a charge in your batteries. You may also want a generator capable of running an air conditioning unit, as it’s nearly impossible to run this energy-guzzling appliance on solar.