Is it realistic to have an operational and functioning load center panel (with power supplied only to temporary outlets mounted near the panel), fed by an offgrid solar system, in a half-built residential building?
(The panel would be an outdoor-usable type and would be built and installed as soon as some wall framing was present, the building would then be completed, and the panel would be reworked to provide power to all of the building's circuits as the building was completed.)
Would this require questionable nonsense like having two separate electrical permits? Or is it simply a stupid idea rather than just using a generator or other external power source?
Jurisdiction is the USA, in a rural area where building inspection and permitting is fairly relaxed but still very much a force.