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Solar Energy Is Hot in 2019 – Motley Fool

Solar Energy Is Hot in 2019  Motley Fool

After a rough couple of years, the solar industry has been an extremely hot segment of the stock market in 2019. First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), SunPower …

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Walmeck 30W 18V Flexible Solar Panel System Solar Panel Battery Clips Dual Output Solar Power Energy with USB Interface Monocrystalline Silicon

Walmeck 30W 18V Flexible Solar Panel System Solar Panel Battery Clips Dual Output Solar Power Energy with USB Interface Monocrystalline Silicon

  • Made of monocrystalline silicon, it has a 25% high conversion rate, while the polycrystalline silicon ones’ is only 20%.
  • Dual output with usb interface solar panel, satisfied with your any requirements.
  • Wide range of applications, it can be used in lots of place such as for off-road vehicle, SUV, household appliances, ect.
  • Environment-friendly and pollution-free, it realizes the energy conversion from solar power to electric power
  • PET film, have the best weatherability, orrosion preventive &Acid rain resistance.

Specifications
Type: Flexible Solar Panel
Model Number: SP-30W
Material: Monocrystalline Silicon
Pmax: 30W
Ipmax: 1.66A(USB: 2A)
Vpmax: 18V (USB: 5V)
Isc: 1.8A (USB: 2.1A)
Voc: 21V (USB: 5.2V)
Junction Box Waterproof: IP65
Operating Temperature: -40 degrees celsius~ +85 degrees celsius
Flexible Solar Panel: Yes
Foldable Solar Pane: No
Size: 50* 30* 0.3cm/ 20* 11.8* 0.1in
Package Size: 52* 33* 3cm/20.5* 13* 1.2in
Package Weight: 800g/15.9oz

Package List
1* Solar Panel

Price: $ 49.99

Starbucks launches solar energy test that will power 360 Texas stores – Nation’s Restaurant News

  1. Starbucks launches solar energy test that will power 360 Texas stores  Nation’s Restaurant News
  2. Starbucks to Fuel 360 Texas Stores With Solar Power  Retail Info Systems News
  3. Starbucks and Cypress Creek Solar Farms Team Up to Power 360 Stores in Texas  Business Wire
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Energy equity: Bringing solar power to low-income communities – Grist

Energy equity: Bringing solar power to low-income communities  Grist

New initiatives are making renewable solar technology more accessible for the people that need it most.

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