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Want to build your own portable solar power generator?

Powering our Tiny House, The SolMan Portable Solar Generator: 40 miles from a major town, our tiny house doesn’t have access to a “grid” of any kind. No gas lines. No power lines. No water lines or sewage system. We’ve had to figure out our own solutions for each of these utilities. Park County, Colorado gets an average of 246 sunny days each year, so solar power was an obvious choice for our electric needs. (Good nitty-gritty article!)

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Want to build your own portable solar power generator to take with you on camping trips or for use in an emergency? Goal Zero’s version of this cost $400, depending on what you include yours will under cost $150 by buying inexpensive parts from Amazon.com. Look for a parts list at http://solarburrito.com/build-your-own-solar-power-generator/.

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Want to build your own portable solar power generator to take with you on camping trips or for use in an emergency? Goal Zero’s version of this cost $400, depending on what you include yours will under cost $150 by buying inexpensive parts from Amazon.com. Look for a parts list at http://solarburrito.com/build-your-own-solar-power-generator/.

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solar-thermal electric generator http://calgary.isgreen.ca/living/kids/natural-ways-cleanse-kids/

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The Best Way to Safely Power a Home with a Portable Generator (Video)

Using a portable generator with a manual transfer switch is the most affordable and safest way to power your home during a power outage.

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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Solar Generator Kit | Complete Solar Kits | Goal Zero

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