Solar energy is cheap, efficient, and environmentally a lot cleaner than its fossil fuel alternatives. It’s also a lot more flexible when it comes to providing power on site. The modern communications reality of tablets, cell phones, and laptops has created a demand for flexibility and power on tap just about everywhere.
Modern communications is a very different thing to the old version. Phones are places of business. Tablets are working machines, indispensable for just about all aspects of business. Social communications are now far more complex. The phone is your instant hookup to your friends, family, and, well, your life.
The problem is power availability. All these devices need to be charged up. Just about every mobile device owner keeps a wary, not to say worried, eye on their power levels. Nobody wants to be caught out with a flat battery, unable to do the basic things of modern life.
The solution is of course solar power. Go-anywhere solar stations are popping up in public and commercial spaces all over the US, with an interesting rationale – These power stations are seen as very useful assets by just about everyone. Charging your mobiles on the move makes sense.
A company called Sun Charge Systems Inc., based in Alabama, is leading the charge to better facilities with a very efficient approach – low cost, low maintenance solar charging stations designed for public spaces. They’ve kept the idea simple and very functional, too. All you need to do is plug your device in, get a good working charge and you’re back in business. Shoppers, sales people on the move, and just about everyone with a phone uses these things.
You can use one of their solar park benches or a simple power station with a 4G/3G hotspot. This is the authentic do-everything, go-anywhere “have plug, will travel” solution and it’s working for both consumers and public space managers.
For more information and a firsthand look at the latest solution to mobile power needs, see their website www.sunchargesystems.com. Take a little time to assess the options for your public areas and talk to their experts about your choices.