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solar radio

Solar Powered Radio

Product Features

A great radio charged by Solar Energy. Excellent for outdoors, camping or in emergency situations. Never be without music, news, sports or weather. 20 minutes of listening after only 1 minute of cranking. 7 hours of listening when fully charged. When fully charged by solar energy you get 35 to 40 hours of listening.

Updated 2/18/2012


Water Conservation

MJSI Inc HYR270 HydroRight Dual Flush Converter

Based on dual flush technology that has been used in Europe and Australia for decades, the award-winning HydroRight quickly and easily turns standard toilets into two-button fixtures that have been proven to reduce water usage by 30%. One button is the Quick Flush setting that uses significantly lower water volumes for liquids and paper the setting needed 4 out of 5 times. The second Full Flush button uses the normal amount of water for solids.
Updated: 11 Oct 2010


solar attic fan

Solar Powered Attic Fan

Help lower your energy bills by installing a solar powered attic fan.

Regardless of the time of year, the SunRise solar powered attic fan can save you up to 30% on your cooling costs.

During hot summer months: Attic temperatures can exceed 160 degrees, and small, passive roof vents are often unable to dissipate this heat, which drives temperatures and cooling costs through the roof.
Updated: 30 Sept 2010


Wind Power

Fuller Wind Turbine

A way forward for rooftop micro-wind?
Bladeless wind turbine saves wildlife and costs

Solar Aero Research, New Hampshire, has patented a bladeless wind turbine with a mesh-covered air inlet, which poses no danger to bats and birds. Nor will it disrupt radar used by air traffic controllers and the military.

Updated:16 Feb 2017

Wind Power

Ridgeblade Wind Turbine

This time, instead of solar roofing shingles, it’s the Ridge Blade®, “an innovative, affordable and effective way of harnessing the wind’s power to produce renewable electricity.” The Power Collective in the United Kingdom came up with the idea – it’s designed to maximize energy potential, even in low wind, while being visually discreet.

Updated: 10 Aug 2010


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