Roanakh.com launches a Free online PV system designer

Roanakh.com announces the launch of their website www.roanakh.com with the theory and embedded calculations required to completely design any PV system. Novices and advanced users can use the automated calculations to design and validate their PV systems.

One of the impediments to wide spread use of PV systems in addition to their cost is the lack of knowledge on building the system. Most of the information on the web today glosses over the theory required by DIY pioneers and PV education offered by institues and organizations can be expensive.


Roanakh.com is proud to announces the launch of their website www.roanakh.com with the theory and embedded calculations required to completely design any PV system. Novices and advanced users can use the automated calculations to design and validate their PV systems.It is our goal to spread the knowledge and techniques required to build PV systems to a vast majority of the people looking for such information free of cost.

Using the latest in web design techniques and with built in libraries of PV system components, Roanakh.com allows users to completely design and/or validate their PV system.

The site is easy to use and navigate and users can go to any section with a single click.

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