In the future, when the power goes out at home, you won’t have to sit in the dark; you’ll just plug in your car.
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Branden Barber got his first taste of solar energy a decade ago while living in rural Australia, off the power grid.
Pratt, who refers to himself as a “tinkerer,” began experimenting with the idea of a self-contained, portable, energy-efficient heating device.
The Nashville-based company, which also designs rooftop photovoltaic systems, posted $2.7 million in sales last year and expects to double that in 2010 as the alternative energy source gains wider acceptance among consumers.
Shan Hussain, 26, a recent graduate of the entrepreneurship program at University of Houston’s C.T.
Imagine a single trailer-mounted device that turns scum into over 20,000 gallons of pure water a day, stores electricity better than a battery, makes medical-grade oxygen, and runs on the sun.
The KQED report interviewed a Santa Rosa, Calif.-based startup called Gridlock Solar Security, which is a little over a year old and sells a $1,000 alarm system solar security device.
A new type of solar panel using human hair could provide the world with cheap, green electricity, believes its teenage inventor.
GreenRay is developing a do it yourself solar appliance that can plug your home into the sun.
As a solar consultant, you can basically conduct a home inspection and give clients a report on their solar options for their particular home and site.
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