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Using Solar Power on the Go

Life today is busy. Everyone is always on the move; talking, texting and Facebooking. No longer is communication restricted to your home or attached to a wall with a cord. It is in your hands and ready to use as you need. The same can be said for solar energy. It gives you the power to use electricity without being confined to a wall. So why not use electricity during your commute, while camping, or studying in the library?

Using solar power is quickly becoming the norm for homeowners, commuters, hikers, etc. No longer is the concept of using solar energy considered extremist or impractical. Using solar power in place of standard electric has been proven to be successful and cost-efficient, recently being tagged as cheaper than coal by V3Solar. Solar panels are popping up on the roofs of houses and in place of standard electrical chargers, providing users with sufficient, cheaper and environmentally friendly energy.

In addition to providing electricity at home, solar power has become a useful addition to many other everyday products, including backpacks. Solar power backpacks are becoming the new “need to have”. These backpacks give you the ability to keep your phone, camera and tablet fully charged while on the move, and are accommodating to a variety of products including Apple and Android. There is also a battery powered generator to be used as backup if needed. The generator can typically be charged in a wall outlet, and kept charge through solar power. No more dying phones, missed emails and stress.

Solar power backpacks do not have to be solely for the hardworking outdoorsman, or a tech and gadget lover. Available in various colors and styles, these backpacks provide a simple and fashionable touch to a valuable accessory. Solar power backpacks are for everyone; the hardworking student, the busy mom, the middle-aged commuter and anyone else who has ever worried about their phone or tablet dying while away from home.

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Clay Miller
the authorClay Miller
I am the creator/writer of and I'm an advocate for oceans, beaches, state parks. I enjoy all things outdoors (e.g. running, golf, gardening, hiking, etc.) I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Go Wildcats!!). I'm also a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I was born and raised in the beautiful state of Kentucky.

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