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  • What is a Solar Charge Controller and Why is it Important?
    by DIYen on May 9, 2012 at 3:37 am

    RV solar systems are more than just panels on the roof. Any well designed RV solar system has a Charge Controller or Regulator as part of the system. It is the heart of the solar system. Without it, the batteries will not be properly charged and damage to the battery pack will occur. Or, at […]

  • How to Install Solar Panels on Your Roof.. The Basics
    by DIYen on February 27, 2012 at 3:49 pm

    Solar energy is a wonderful thing – it’s free clean energy.  Part of transforming solar from a wonderful thought to an amazing reality requires finding a place for the solar panels to live.  That place is often the roof of your home. This article will explore some of the options and cautions you’ll need to […]

  • Choosing a Location for a Residential Wind Turbine
    by DIYen on January 23, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    The proper site to install a residential wind turbine depends on many different factors. For example, the ground and air space required by a residential wind turbine depends on the size of the turbine and the height and type of the tower. You must also ensure that the area in question is sufficiently windy to […]

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  • Best Parks for Epic Hiking in North America

    by Dan Thompson Have itching feet and cannot wait to lace up your boots and go on a hiking adventure? This article was written especially for the condition you are experiencing; here is a list of some of the most epic hiking spots in North America. Canadian Rockies Jasper National Park and Banff […]

  • Dan Thompson

    I’m Dan, and I’m the Editor in Chief of True North Athletics. I’m also an avid adventurer, digital nomad, and traveler. I enjoy all types of outdoor sports, a good golf tan, and spontaneous weekend trips. I currently live in Brazil where I can be found frequently hiking the […]

  • Weekend Warriors: Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

    By Lara Kaylor Many people would love to hike the entire 2,650 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, but many people also have full time jobs with 2-3 weeks of vacation per year so a six-month trek in the wilderness isn’t realistic. Instead, why not rack up some miles completing sections of the […]

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