Free yourself from the grid with the powerful and portable Sun-Seeker Solar Generator

September 30, 2015 by  
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Imagine being able to power your whole life with the sun, and carry it with you anywhere. That’s the vision of Australian start-up company Sun-Seeker Power and their product the Sun-Seeker Solar Generator . Using the latest in lithium battery technology (the same as is used in the Tesla Powerwall ) they have managed to manufacture a portable power pack that can be charged from the sun, your car or at home and in turn power virtually anything you might need in day to day life, from small consumer electronics to power tools and home appliances. Launched on Kickstarter, the Sun-Seeker Solar Generator has already collected over $30,000 in pledges but there are still some early bird specials available. Head over to the Kickstarter to support this renewable startup and free yourself from the grid. Read the rest of Free yourself from the grid with the powerful and portable Sun-Seeker Solar Generator

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Solar-Powered Camels and More From Israel Renewable Energy Conference (Slideshow)

February 23, 2010 by  
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Located far from power and water infrastructures, farms and settlements in Israel’s sparsely populated south are betting on a new cash crop: renewable energy. With the sun shining year round and an abundance of fallow land, fields of solar panels are gradually emerging on roofs and on the edges of fields in these farms and communities — known as kibbutzim. Government incentives and a new regional master plan are in place, contracts are being signed and a first batch of projects is already sprouting.

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