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You may have heard of some fuzzy math that some companies do to make solar power affordable.  Often times if a solar power financing deal sounds too good to be true, it is.  Many large solar companies will lease systems out to you, where you may or may not save money, and at the end of the lease you have to give the panels back.  Others try to drag you along with payment plans that last 20 years...   Having said all that, there are a few great reasons why you may be eligible to get literally FREE solar panels. ...

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Long story short, as long as you stick with a PWM or MPPT charge controller, you probably don’t need to dive into all the details. However, if you love comparing spec sheets, or you just want to make the best decision for your solar energy system, continue reading. What is a charge controller?  In the old days, referred to as “battery chargers”, charge controllers could damage lead acid batteries pretty easily.  If left on for too long, they could get overcharged and eventually fail.  That’s not all though.  An overcharged lead acid battery will boil the sulfuric acid and distilled water...

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At Cutting Edge Power Inc., we believe there are 3 main reasons for using renewable energy: To protect and improve our planet, to have energy independence, and to ensure a safe environment for everyone. To start off, we should mention that when we define “renewable energy” we are referring to energy converted from sources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and geothermal heat, which are all replenished naturally on a human timescale.  According to the International Energy Agency, non-hydro renewable energy sources only accounted for about 8% of the worlds power production in 2016.     Protect and Improve...

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Generally, if you have more blades, your turbine will work in lower wind speeds.  However, more blades are not necessarily better.

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Ok - let's consider this: It seems like my phone always needs to be charged. If I'm at home, work, or the car, it's easy because I can just plug it in. But, sometimes I'm out at the farm, or boathouse, or just chilling at the park, and there's always a phone or rechargeable flashlight that needs to be charged. And now, I need a solution if the power goes out from a storm or bad weather. So, I looked around for some options, and found some cool products from Cutting Edge Power.  One of them is a Mini Wind...

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