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I’m hoping to get a bit of insight for a business I’m starting up.

I’m converting a double decker bus (Volvo B7TL) into a shop. I’m interested in how much power I would need to light and heat the thing, and the best way of getting an external power supply.

The bus was powered by two twelve volt batteries, but my intention is to set up an external supply. We will need to power:

- Inbuilt lighting (standard fitting)

- Already fitted CCTV

- Already fitted bus heating

- Electronic devices (lap-top, IZettle electronic till, 32 inch TV screen, 3-4 small electric devices, e.g - cameras, battery charges for IPhones’ and camera batteries)

I want to know if a domestic feed will be enough to power it all, and a rough idea of what the wattage would be? And how / how easy it would be to wire it all together? The bus will be static and based in central London.

It would also be great to know the best sustainable way of doing this, how many solar panels would I need.

Thanks,

TDG
 
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