October 7, 2008

Solar Stik Portable Solar Array Cheaper than a Generator to Run

solarstik4-small.jpg If you ever have the need for green, portable power, Solar Stik is the "new generator". For example, Solar Stiks were sent to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. What is a Solar Stik? It is portable solar system that weighs about 100 pounds and can be set up in about 10 minutes. You can chain units together, as well as add accessories such as a wind turbine. Solar Stiks can be used in an emergency, for recreation, on boats, for humanitarian missions, and by the military. In fact, it is classified as a Tactical Quiet Generator (TQG) and been given the name "TESS" (Tactical Electric Solar System) by the U.S. Army's Rapid Equipping Force and the Testing & Evaluation Command (USATEC). Solar Stik claims it can "can completely replace a small gasoline generator in many applications".
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