Daily Journal: Goal Zero Yeti — Powering our Yurt for Winter

A battle for electricity. Off grid living in a winter wonderland. 360 watts of hourly power to fill our battery banks—including 2 Goal Zero Yeti 1250 solar generators—with our yurt. After each snowfall we have to clear the panels in order to receive the free power of the sun.



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Hi there, love the blog!
Curious if you have to use a generator to power your battery bank back up during winter months. I’m currently educating myself to move off grid. I live in BC Canada and with countless rainy/snowy days all winter I don’t know if it’s possible to recharge soley on the solar panels all winter. If you could let me know your experience with that I would appreciate it.


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