DISCOVER MOUNTABLE SOLAR

Rugged. Rigid. Serious Solar.

All the solar collecting capability you need to power life off grid, whether that's in case of an emergency or on the road. Built with strong tempered glass and an aluminum frame, our Mountable Boulder Solar Panels are ideal for semi-permanent or permanent installation.

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BOULDER FEATURES

• Built with a lightweight, durable aluminum frame and tempered glass, ideal for semi-permanent or permanent installations.

• Collapsible kickstands allows for easy positioning and strong rubber corner protection leaves no sharp edges to catch.

• Features Goal Zero’s 8mm connector to directly charge Sherpa Power Packs and Goal Zero Yeti Portable Power Stations.

• Designed to work with traditional Z Brackets for easier installation on vans and campers.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? NOMAD VS BOULDER SOLAR PANELS

How Solar Works

We took solar power from stationary to portable, from rooftops to backpacks. Powering your phone, headlamp, camera or whatever essential gear is in your kit from the sun is a reality. It’s a little surreal, opening a solar panel, plugging in a phone, and watching as it starts to charge. The science behind solar is powerfully interesting:

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1. THE SOLAR POWER HOUSE - Nuclear fusion at the sun’s core creates energy, released in the form of light. The sun’s light takes an 8½ minute trip to the earth – even though we’re 93 million miles apart.

2. ELECTRON PLAYGROUNDS - Solar panels contain two layers of carefully grown silicon slices with a uniform pathway in between. Energetic electrons in the negatively charged top layer are itching to jump to the positively charged bottom; all they need is a little push in the right direction.

3. SUN SPONGES - Think of it like solar billiards. Visible and invisible light from the sun hits the top-layer electrons like a cue ball, and gives them the push they need to break loose and race toward the bottom layer, creating a current as they move.

4. HERDING THE ELECTRON FLOW - Pathways created in the solar panels harness moving electrons, acting like a waterslide and forcing the energy where you want it.

5. PLUGGING IN - An open solar panel is generating quite a bit of energy; the key is to harness that power and put it to good use. Placing a battery in the middle of the electron waterslide allows you to collect and store energy – which charges your battery.