I have been running Solar Panels exclusively for my power generating needs out here on the prairies. I have been curious to see how things would go in winter.
Well, here we are closing in on the shortest day of the year and so far . . . so good.
There have been days when my power generation was low, due to darkened, overcast skies. This coupled with the fact of the shorter days meant energy conservation.
I never want to go below 50% capacity in my batteries and so far the lowest I have gone is down to 66%.
I keep an eye on what power I am generating and what my capacity is at during the day (when I am around the trailer).
When I am at work I just leave for work and hope for the best. I brush snow off of the solar panels before I leave, if there is show up there.
So far, it seems to be working, running solar panels to power my RV Trailer.
The word of advice I would suggest is always go for more capacity than you think you will need. (More panels, and larger batteries.)
That and consult a professional, someone who has read up and has experience in solar power on an RV. It was well worth the money spent in my case.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive and keep moving forward!