Whether you’re a new or experienced player of 7 Days to Die, you’ve probably come across the term “Solar Bank” and wondered what it is.
In this post, we’ll explain what they are and how they can be used to your advantage in the game. Read on to learn more!
What is a Solar Bank?
You may use the Solar Bank to power your electrical components. It requires at least one Solar Cell and may be expanded to six. The greatest energy production is determined by the quantity and quality of solar cells placed.
Solar banks generate electricity during the day when they are exposed to direct sunlight. Solar banks and cells are only available from Traders (cells – with a Barter level of 4, banks – with a Barter level of 5).
By the time you reach barter 5, a solar bank will only cost you 4500 dukes (3000 dukes before Alpha 20), which is little when compared to high-level solar cells (which cost 2 to 3 stacks of dukes).
The Solar Bank can hold up to six Solar Cells. If they are directly connected to a Battery Bank, they will steadily recharge it throughout the day. The Solar Bank cannot have any parent connection. Only outgoing electricity cables are permitted.