The ability to harness the power of the sun and wind can be traced back for hundreds of years. In ancient societies, buildings were created so that they might benefit from the sun’s rays. In the mid-18th century, the Swiss scientist Horace de Saussure created the world’s first solar powered oven. More than a hundred years later, Albert Einstein realized that there was a powerful connection between electrons and light. Today we use it to generate electricity that powers our homes and businesses.
Wind energy has played a tremendous role in travel and farming. In the late 19th century, steel blades for windmills were invented, and wind power was used to help farmers pump water and create electricity. We have evolved from these large wind turbines that power entire cities to individual turbines that power street lights. By combining the power of the sun and wind with technologies like batteries and EV (electric vehicle) charging station, we can move toward a more sustainable future.
Solar Power Products
Solar power is a clean, quiet energy alternative that generates electricity by converting the energy found in sunlight to energy that can power your home or business. A solar power system can significantly reduce electricity bills, and add value to your home or business.
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Distributed Power Solutions
Going off-grid has never been easier than it is today. Whether you want to have a battery backup for your solar panels, or have off-grid lighting powered completely by the sun and wind we have what you need.
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EV Charging Stations
EV Charge Stations supply electric energy to recharge plug in electric vehicles and plug in hybrid vehicles. With the growing popularity of energy efficient electric vehicles (EVs), there is an expanding need for widely distributed and publically accessible charging stations.
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Wind Power Products
Wind can be used in countless applications by itself or alongside other energy sources, allowing homeowners, businesses, and governments to generate their own renewable energy on-site.
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