Earth Care has been receiving a lot of request for a peel and stick solar charging system for the 72 volt on and off road units. They request a product to charge high voltage and deliver high amp input.
What if there was one company that had the answer to charging high voltage batteries?
What if there was one company that could produce an alternative to the fuel crisis throughout America?
What if there was one company that could resolve the distant mobility crisis in our large retirement villages?
What if there was one company that could produce the solution with a Peel and Stick Product?
What if there was one company that could produce a product that worked in cloudy and rainy weather?
What if there was a company that could produce a product that produces more watts and more amps per square foot than any other flexible panel in the WORLD?
Earth Care Solar Technologies, Inc. has breaking news! We have the answer! Our NEW SOLAR RES Panels are averaging between 84 & 100 Watts. They are producing 5 to 6 amps. By placing the two strips on your cart or vehicle side by side creating a 40 inch X 79.5 inch charging area will double watts to 164 to 200, and the amperage to a minimum of 10 amps. No other double or single peel and stick panel can match this in the WORLD!
Finally a solar system that will deliver amps into the much needed help for the 72 volt battery systems. To make this much more attractive for the Utility Carts, Passenger carts that are moving 6 to 8 or more people using 48 volt systems will receive huge amp input into their batteries.
People are excited that two panels together produces a minimum of 10 amps right out of the top. They know they lose amps when going into higher volts especially 72 volts. People are excited to know they will get 4 to 7 amps in the batteries when traveling and sitting. They are willing to improvise to make the tops 40″ wide & 79″ Long. People in the villages of floridia , the California coast lines, in the fog, in the woods for hunters; all these type situations have been demanding a solution. We now have that solution!
Dr. Grady Mayeaux invented and holds the utility patent pending on the recreational solar charging systems. This new breakthrough product is manufactured in America. Earth Care’s goal is to deliver state of the art products and the lowest cost possible. The advantage of the Do It Yourself products from Earth Care is the back up training and education available.
Earth Care was incorporated in 1992 as a family business. The copy is now operated by family members that are highly educated, in fact over 50 years of environmental experience. The officers and board members are very educated, one retired professor from Georgia Tech, two others hold an authorized instructor, distant learning, continuing education from a major university.
These new state of the art products built for recreational, residential, agricultural and commercial usage face little competition once you have been educated on the product capabilities.
Competition offers solar glass tops , mono-crystalline, even crystalline united with amorphous in the long run are expensive, they break, and comes with heavy shipping charges, and installation charges.
Earth Care’s product can be installed on your recreational vehicles in twenty minutes. The system comes wired, plug and play and two wires to connect to the battery.
Earth Care’s Do It Yourself residential/agricultural and out door projects come with an important added benefit where you receive 30% of the cost up front if you qualify through the Treasury Bill 1603. This program is not for recreational vehicles, but to encourage solar installations other wise.
Save money by purchasing Earth Care Solar panels and installing them yourself. The increased demand for energy has made solar power more popular than ever. In addition to saving you money, do-it-yourself solar power can be a rewarding and help the environment. Do-it-yourself solar power may be easier and more affordable than you think.
Local, regional, state and national governments have and will continue to reward citizens who take the plunge in do-it-yourself solar power. From tax incentives to tax breaks and grants for small business owners and homeowners who integrate solar power into their electrical systems, you can save as much as 30 percent from the federal government alone, not counting state and federal incentives.One added benefit is where you receive 30% of the cost up front if you qualify through the Treasury Bill 1603. However, the biggest reward will come when your energy bills go down. In some cases, home solar power systems can create an energy surplus, which can then be sold back to utility companies.
Compare This System To Many Of Our Competitor’s Offerings And You’ll Find That We Offer:
- Top of the line name branded solar panels.
- Solar cells that are cut from a solid ingot of silicon.
- A better per Watt PTC rating.
- A better negative tolerance rating.
- Is easy to apply.
- Saves money on electricity.
- The payback for investing in a solar roof can be as little as two-five years.
- Uses revolutionary flexible solar panels made with thin film amorphous silicon that are powerful, yet light and flexible.
- Allows individuals to save even more money with tax credits for purchasing solar.
Earth Care’s modules can deliver more power per rooftop than competitors. The peel and stick panels can be applied directly to a roofing surface, requiring no mounting hardware, no roof penetrations, and creates no additional wind load. Finally a product you can truly install yourself with 12.6 percent aperture efficiency delivering the highest efficiency in the flexible module history.
New Release by Earth Care Solar
Russell Mayeaux , President of www.solarenergygolfcarts.com , States “Earth Care Solar Products Peel and Stick Solar Charging Systems have been tested and proven by The University of The Pacific to be superior solar charging systems. Earth Care Solar has been selected by University to continue supplying their solar charging systems for all their Going Green Cart solar power requirements. The new release below is one of many Universities , Theme Parks and Governmental Agencies purchasing our products. Ole Miss State University, Duke University, University of Ft Lauderdale, North Western University of Illinois, Disney World, Warner Bros, US NAVY, BORDER PATROL and our most recent NASA are using our product.
News Release By University of The Pacific
Pacific is Going Solar
(September 27, 2010) -
In the past few years, University of the Pacific has expanded its on-campus recycling programs, built two ecologically friendly buildings and broke ground on a third, planted a community garden, and offered “local” foods to reduce the carbon footprint of the campus cafeterias.
Now it’s going solar.
This year, a dozen of the electric orange carts that are used by the University’s maintenance and ground employees have been converted to solar, and there are plans to switch eight more to sun power by the end of November. The goal is to convert all of Pacific’s 84 electric carts to solar during the next few years. One building also will go solar.
“We’ve already eliminated several gas-powered vehicles and hope to have about one-quarter of our carts solar by Thanksgiving,” said Scott Heaton, director of support services for Pacific. “This project has really been driven by the staff and their dedication in trying to figure out how to make solar power a reality on campus.”
The solar conversion project was originally conceived about four years ago, Heaton said, when Pacific made a solid commitment to reducing its carbon footprint. A carbon footprint is a measurement of how much greenhouse gas emissions are created by an organization. His employees first reduced the number of gas-powered pick-up trucks and vans that were used to move equipment and people across campus. So far, eight vehicles have been eliminated and replaced with electric-powered vehicles. A new policy also was established that said employees could only use a gas-powered truck or van to travel across campus when it was absolutely necessary, such as to transport bulky equipment that could not fit on a cart.
They then turned to the electric carts. While considered “green,” the carts still have an impact on the environment because they use electricity that is partially generated by gas and coal power plants, which generates greenhouse gases.
Initially, the University looked at purchasing pre-made solar-powered carts but found the costs prohibitive. Then employees did some research and discovered “stick on” photovoltaic panels that could be stuck on the roof of a cart and wired to recharge the cart’s batteries as it was being driven around campus. The employees then started converting the carts, Heaton said.
The results have been better than expected. Before the solar project, the carts had to be recharged several times a week, with a handful of them needing to be charged twice a day due to heavy use. Since they went solar, Heaton said the carts have run for weeks at a time without needing to be plugged in.
“This has been a real cost saver for the University because PG&E charges extra for using power during peak times during the spring and summer, which is when most of our employees are working and most of the carts are being recharged,” Heaton said. “My goal is to have all of our campus vehicles completely solar in the next few years.”
The carts aren’t the only examples of solar power at Pacific. Plans are underway to install solar panels on the roof of the recently opened John T. Chambers Technology Center in the next year, to further reduce the University’s footprint, Heaton said. Those panels will then generate about 25,464 kilowatt/hours of electricity each year, enough to power three average American homes during a 12-month period.
Boating with Earth Care’s Marine Solar Systems and Solar Battery Systems will give you the additional and portable power you need.
Rv Solar Charging with Thin Film Peel and Stick Technology is very popular for RV owner’s! Why drill holes in the top of your expensive RV !
You Know many times you see Rv,s in the camp ground’s or the Rv parks with the ole timer ( me in this case) getting out of the drivers seat and getting set up. Which is normal because this is expected when it comes to traveling, but here’s the delimia when it comes to solar options. Typically the glass panels are installed with rails flat ( which only work during peak straight up sunshine) or rails layed flat during transit for secure travels. Upon arival to your final destination or at least the one you’ll be at for a while the owner needs to get maximum results for their investment, and in order to do this one must set up the rails and lock them into 45 degree angles and make sure the vehicle is parked for maximum exposure. Many times because of just the way travels are you don’t always get that lucky – we all have been there done that, maybe not for solar but if your considering solar consider this; a thin film amorphous peel and stick panel once applied withstands hurricane force winds and generates power from light, yep cloudy days, yep even partial sun, yep morning to night, this eliminates the need to be in an unsafe area on the roof establishing the angles for the glass tops this website will show you options for peel and stick solar panels for rv’s and the installation will be easy, one time hook-up set it and forget it, the controllers will regulate your current and when your aux battery source is full the controller will recirculate the power until they need it never overcharging your batteries or faulting your system we encourage you to learn more and get started on your back
Once you decide on how to start a solar business, how you get the word out about it is the next step. There are many traditional means of advertising, but these can be costly. When starting a business, many people find themselves with more time than cash. While some of these ideas do take some green, others can spread the word about your green business without costing you too much at the outset.
1. Offer something for free. There is something about free gifts, discounts and specials that makes almost any deal look even better. These tactics may reduce your profits slightly, but they require very little cash to be spent on your part.
So what can you offer for free? Installation is a great place to start. Offering free installation as part of a larger purchase package is a good way to get your foot in the door with a particular customer. If you do a good job, it can also be a way to get free word of mouth marketing.
2. Teach a free class or become a part-time teacher at a local institution. The latter of these is less likely, but if you have the credentials and connections, you might even find yourself getting paid to promote yourself.
Even without the right background or network to find a paid teaching job, you can offer to educate the public for free through workshops or seminars. Be sure to offer a balanced view of other available companies providing solar. How you build trust as a public speaker is to put your listeners’ needs ahead of your own marketing efforts. Your workshops should concentrate on solar in general, not on your particular business.
3. Educate people on the benefits of solar power. There are so many reasons to buy solar, so one of the key strategies here is to understand what a particular potential customer wants out of a solar power solution. Do they care a great deal about the environment? If so, explain the benefits in real, numeric terms. Provide analogies and examples that support and augment your claims. Help them to see the ways in which they will help the planet.
Are they looking to save money by using solar power? If so, again use real data on cost savings to explain both long and short term how they will benefit financially from using solar power. Explore with them the potential tax credits or benefits they can get by choosing solar. Make sure to explain that the longer they have solar power, the more they will save as well. This is particularly true now that energy costs are continuing to rise with no end in sight.
4. Post comments and articles on forums and blogs. Many early adopters and tech-savvy individuals can be found on the Internet in forums and on blogs. Tapping into this critical market can help you build a broader network within the industry and with potential clients. Be sure to provide well-rounded and informative opinions when posting to a forum or leaving a comment on a blog, but don’t be afraid to state clearly that you have something to sell.
If you choose to start a blog yourself, target it broadly. Cast a wide net and don’t simply try to sell your product. You have to build a reader’s trust in your abilities and expertise before you can expect them to want to do business with you. Provide solar how to articles and other valuable information.
This list is naturally not exhaustive. When it comes to marketing solar, how you reach customers is up to you. You can post fliers, pay for advertisements, network offline within the business community and so on. When you’re starting out, it’s helpful to use cost-effective marketing methods. Work on building up a customer base and attracting recurrent sales. You’ll get more business this way with no further marketing investment.
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Earth Care Products endorses the writers statements below. In fact, we encourage each of the following quotes. Earth Care’s Peel and Stick Solar Charging Panels are becoming very popular because of their size, weight, and durability?
Inexpensive Solar Power Generators
When you’re in the market for information on solar, how do you choose the best sources for building an inexpensive solar power generator? Information on going solar is available via several different venues. The Internet, books and videos can provide valuable information about going solar. How you choose to use the information is entirely at your discretion. Solar power is becoming more widely used as a home power source each year. With today’s economic woes, creating an alternative solar power generator for your home could save a lot of money in the long run.
One of the most important questions people ask about solar: How do you know which information to trust? The answer to that question could be much simpler than you think! The “best” information is the information that best applies to your particular project. Information about how to create a mobile solar power generator wouldn’t be helpful to people planning to fully implement solar power with their homes.
A personal solar generator for your home, cabin, apartment or RV could be a very valuable asset for people who often experience blackouts or brownouts. Even small power flickers can cause computer users to lose valuable time and information. People who work from home often use an uninterruptable power system (UPS) to protect their computers from immediately losing power in the event of a power outage. The use of a UPS is very comparable to the use of a solar power backup generator. Freelancers and contractors who travel a lot benefit greatly from small, inexpensive solar power generators.
Solar: How a Small Backup Generator Can Reduce Energy Costs
Small, homemade crystalline solar power backup generators can be made for under $400 and reliable for up to five consecutive hours of power. Some avid campers and nature lovers have made it a point to take their laptop and solar power generator on camping or fishing trips. They never have to worry about falling behind on work or the latest news while they’re relaxing and enjoying nature. Earth Care Products have lightweight, portable power systems utalizing our rollable and foldable solar panels available for those who are limited on the amount of space they have for storage and weight they can carry.
Installing solar power in your home not only saves a lot of dollars on electricity per year, but your initial investment could also pay for itself within 1-3 years. Solar power also adds to the resale value of your home. Minor improvements to homes often create the biggest buzz and the greatest return on investment
when the homeowner considers selling the home. A home that will save the new owner money on the electric bill and help the environment at the same time would be much more attractive to potential home buyers.
Farmers have learned to harness solar power for use on tobacco, wheat, corn and livestock farms. By use of solar powered lighting among other things, farmers have learned to solar power saves time and money. The initial investment is minimal when compared to the costs of setting up a full electrical system for various areas of their farms.
Utilization of solar power for farm use helps the environment just as much as it helps the farmer’s bank account. Fossil fuels are used in the process of making solar components, but the products themselves emit no harmful pollutants into the surrounding environment. Informational websites and books can help you determine if solar energy is right for you.
Solar How to Websites and Books
Solar how to websites are very convenient sources of information. Another great resource for solar know-how is books. Several books from the Evil Genius series, McGraw Hill’s DeMystified or even the Dummy series can help even the newest solar rookie understand the basics. When shopping for information or products, it’s a great idea to take your reading materials with you. When approached by a store representative, ask specific questions regarding solar how to.
When searching the web for information on how to implement solar power, be very specific with your search words and use quotes where appropriate. Simply searching your favorite search engine for solar generator information will bring up a lot of useless information that doesn’t apply to your particular project. Try using quotation marks when searching. Instead of just searching for solar power generator try “solar power generator” to target the phrase or any other phrase you’re searching for.
Make the Best of Solar How to Information
Website, books and videos are great sources of information. Each resource can provide information on everything solar. How would you find the best prices for solar? How would you build your own solar generator? Knowledge is a great foundation for any project.
Solar power isn’t rocket science, but the more you know, the better the end results will be. Before making the decision to fully integrate solar power, do your research. The more you understand, the more smoothly your project and transition will go. The Internet, videos and books are very valuable resources to help answer those questions and many, many more.
Earth Care Products endorses the writers statements below. In fact, we encourage each of the following quotes. Earth Care’s Peel and Stick Solar Charging Panels are becoming an RV Owners delight Who wants to drill holes in the roof of an expensive RV?
Converting an RV to Solar Power
There’s never been a better time to convert to solar power. North Americans are only too aware of the ramifications of the continued use of non-renewable energy sources. Global warming and greenhouse gases are terms understood by even the youngest of citizens. The possible impact of ignoring the warnings could have devastating consequences for future generations. “Solar how to” is on the minds of many social and environmentally-conscious individuals.
Environmental concerns extend beyond the front door. RV travelers have become increasingly aware of the benefits of converting to solar power. Many have become traveling ambassadors for the cause. They stand to set a new trend when it comes to relying less on hydro-electric energy and more upon natural sunlight when traveling.
* The number one reason that RV vacationers are reluctant to go solar is the notion of cost.
* The second is the perceived hassle involved. Both of these may be misconceptions. RV owners may find on closer review that the cost is not as great as believed. The long term savings will likely far outweigh the initial cost of conversion. Plus, the greater travel options may decrease the hassle involved in RV traveling.
Solar power is energy generated from the sun. Solar how-to for RV’s involves the placement of solar panels atop the roof of the vehicle. The panels reflect the sun’s rays and help convert it into energy. This energy can produce heat, electricity and even cooling.
The benefits of converting an RV to solar power are tremendous. Just a few of them include:
* Less reliance upon access to an electrical outlet. One of the first things RV travelers look at when planning a trip itinerary is electrical accessibility. Many campgrounds have limited numbers of sites with electricity. This can sometimes make it challenging to find a convenient travel route. Conversion to solar power eliminates the need to plan travel around electrical access. Solar power opens up more campground options. It also makes outback RV travel a possibility.
* RV solar systems can be tailored to fit needs. Power needs differ according to RV size, number of appliances, etc. Some travelers may wish to simply run an engine battery on solar power. Others may decide to convert all parts of the vehicle, including hot water heaters and kitchen appliances to solar energy. All of these needs can be accommodated by installing the right kinds and number of solar panels.
* Solar systems can be expanded as needs change. RV owners may want to start by converting batter power to solar energy. As other appliances are added or switched over, more or larger solar panels can be added to accommodate the expansion.
* Cost savings. Total savings will depend upon the extent to which an RV is used. Frequent travelers stand to save the most money in the long run. Travelers who spend weeks or months traveling each year stand to save thousands of dollars. The savings realized are twofold. First, reliance upon outside energy sources is reduced. Plus, the need to pay extra for campsites with electrical outlets is eliminated.
Almost any and every make and model of RV can be converted to solar energy. The age of the RV doesn’t matter. However, newer vehicles may be more easily converted than older models. The type of conversion kit needed will depend upon the size of the RV. The number of appliances and the size of the battery will also play a critical role.
Solar how to kits for RV’s are available where RV’s are sold. Kits are also available online. It’s important to determine exactly what your particular needs are before you purchase a solar power kit. It’s important to have your solar kit installed by a professional unless you have experience in this area. Incorrect installation may reduce performance level or cause malfunction within your RV.