Tag: power

10 Innovative Uses for Solar Power Technology

I thought I’d do a little sniffing around this evening and compile some of the most interesting and innovative uses for solar power technology to date. If you have more or others, please submit them! #10 – Bolivia’s Solar Power Project Talk about power off the grid , this installation project in a remote area

Solar Power System

I originally made this set up as a back up power source for when the power went out. But, I think I will use it more often than that. I don’t think the solar panels are powerful enough to charge the batteries after depleting them every day. I will use it for a few days

Solar Consumer Guide: Buying Solar Power Systems & Choosing Installers

So you’re interested in switching on to home solar power ? Congratulations, you can save substantially on your power bills and reduce your household’s greenhouse gas emissions! Download our free solar consumer guide to ensure that you don’t get caught in any traps. Solar Consumer Guide NEW VERSION! Includes valuable information on residential battery storage systems !

Solar power made easy

Call 136 385 Request a quote Solar power – it’s easy to put the sun to work We want to make it easy and affordable for you to power your home with a quality solar system. Our solar power experts will guide your through the whole process – from the initial consultation, to finding the

Energy Resources: Solar power

Can’t see the menu? Try the text links at the bottom. Custom Search See a French translation of this page See a Japanese translation of this page Introduction We’ve used the Sun for drying clothes and food for thousands of years, but only recently have we been able to use it for generating power. The

How to Charge Your Phone When the Power Is Out

Whether it’s an electrical issue or inclement weather, a power outage can leave you feeling helpless. September is National Preparedness Month, and Ready.gov is encouraging people to always be ready for power outages . This may mean stocking up on non-perishable food, water bottles, candles and flashlights, and battery-powered fans or blankets (depending on the