Saturday, November 24, 2012

A water-powered light!

What do you think of a water-powered light? We think it has great potential anywhere electricity is hard to come by.

Everyday, we have customers who walk in to our warehouse asking about inverters, batteries, solar panels, and how they can create their own electricity. The power generated from the electric companies on these islands, and in some countries, is unreliable and in some cases non-existent. Generating your own power comes out of necessity. At SolarSalesUSA, we look for practical and affordable solutions that have the potential to make a difference in the lives of our customers. That is where the water-powered lamp comes into the picture.

The WAT, as its called, combines water with a hydro-electric battery (composed of a carbon sick coated with magnesium) and results in enough electricity to power a strip of LED lights. Designed by Manon Leblanc, we think this take on a fuel cell is a great idea and could have wide spread practical use.




2 comments:

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    these Automotive batteries can be recycled, which keeps old batteries from becoming a disposal problem.

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