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Hi, Do not forget to clean the small solar panel from time to time. If you do not the batteries will not recharge properly.1. Can solar lights can be used at night on airport runways?Yes, with a batt. for nite,But i wouldnt trust a battery for too long. maybe for dead people?!2. how long does it take for batteries to charge in solar lights?3 = 4 hourss3. ok, let me make it clearer, what light can you use to charge solar lights? Besides the sun.?The point of solar cells is that sunlight is free. If you charge your batteries with any other light source, you will get less back than what you put in. It would make better sense to use the original light source when you need the light. Anyway, solar cells will charge your batteries on a cloudy day---just not as fast as a sunny day.4. How do you recharge the rechargeable batteries in solar lights?It is possible to do this but you have to see the time controlling5. Do all solar lights take time before they start to light?I have small solar lights in my front yard. They took about a day of FULL sun light (not overcast outside) to light up. I kept thinking they were broken. They would not stay lit all night either. They still do not . So they do take time.6. anyvone know about outdoor solar lights?They have what is called a Photoelectric Eye, which senses electromagnetic radiation TRANSLATION: LIGHT! When the Eye sees no light, then it turns on7. Outdoor solar lights not very bright why?Usually they only have one LED bulb in them, one LED bulb is not going to give off much light, and it depends on the reflector inside as well, more LEDs more light, and also there are different LEDs that give off different strengths of light8. how do solar lights work?The panel on top of light absorbs solar energy and convert it into power which will be instored in batteris during daytime; at night, the battery will charge the LED light for work9. Why has one of my solar lights flipped to come on in daytime?there is a little photo electric eye probably on the top - make sure it is not covered with dirt or anything else... might look like a small round hole or a little domed button... check the lights that work to find it and see if something is different on the 'bad' light. If you can not find anything, the light sensor (electric eye) may have shorted out10. 10 ways to brighten up your garden in winterWith a little imagination and creativity, it's easy to add interest to your garden in the winter months. For the greatest impact, concentrate efforts on a few key areas that you see on a daily basis. These might include beds and pots close to the house, as well as the front garden, which you walk through every day. We've rounded up some of the best ideas to inspire you. Many require little effort and some are great value for money too. So, whether you step outside or look from your window, embrace winter and enjoy your garden at every opportunity. Brighten it up with simple lighting In winter, we often come home in the dark and miss seeing the garden altogether. Outdoor lighting can bring it back into play and transform the view from windows that would otherwise be dark, reflective panes. Try a few tea lights in clear jam jars to add seasonal twinkle for special occasions and solar lights to provide a few hours of decorative light. Fairy lights are fun draped in a tree and there's a wide range of lighting kits on offer that are quick and easy to install. Be sure to switch lighting off before going to bed, to minimise disruption to wildlife. Even just one piece of evergreen topiary will add interest to a pot or bed and hold an area together in winter. Formal shapes such as balls, pyramids and cubes work well, but if you like a more relaxed style, then the trend for looser 'cloud-pruned' and organic topiary shapes may suit you. Box and yew are traditional plant choices, but other small-leaved evergreens, such as Ilex crenata, phillyrea, Lonicera nitida and privet, clip well. For instant impact, you can buy ready-made, but more costly, topiary - expect to pay around 25 for a 30cm box ball. There are many fabulous winter flowering shrubs that deliver rich fragrance, such as chimonanthus, daphnes, mahonias, sarcococca, and viburnums. If they are tucked away at the back of borders, they will get overlooked and be under-appreciated. Plant them instead where their delicious scents can readily be enjoyed, such as close to the back door, in the front garden or beside a regularly used path. Many of these shrubs are happy in pots, so can be moved to centre stage for winter, then shifted to a less prominent position over the summer. Pots are the best way to add a seasonal splash of colour just where you need it. Opt for plants that look good together, such as cyclamen, heathers, hellebores, pansies and variegated ivy. In a large pot, add a shrubby evergreen plant for a bit of backbone, such as a rosemary or sarcococca. At this time of year, all these plants are available in garden centres in small pots, making it easy to mix and match. Warm up with a fire pit or brazier To use your garden on winter evenings, you need to make it as warm and comfortable as possible. There are some great braziers and fire pits on the market these days, which are ready to go and can be placed on the patio for people to huddle around. Most of us spend more time indoors over winter, so it really pays to have attractive views from your windows. Without redesigning your garden, consider what you can tweak to improve the composition. It's amazing what a bit of seasonal rearranging can do. Think about relocating anything attractive that is readily moveable, such as pot displays and garden ornaments, so they can be clearly seen from the windows. Or remove a few of the lower branches of a tree to reveal a view of something eye-catching beyond. Get creative with flexible twigs and weave them into an eye-catching feature. You can buy long lengths of hazel or colourful willow by the bundle, or perhaps you have a plant that can be coppiced? Then bend, twist and weave the stems together to create interesting shapes. Simple woven twiggy balls look great dangling from trees, or make something large and abstract - a representation of an animal such as a deer or an oversized rabbit? Use galvanised wire to link sections together. They wo not last forever, but they are a great project for children. There's nothing better than a project that enhances the garden visually and benefits wildlife. Bug hotels can be simple or fancy, and of any size. Think nooks and crannies. Small holes make ideal hibernating homes for ladybirds and lacewings, so cut bamboo canes into short lengths with the hollow ends exposed. Set them into an old wooden box, or forget the frame and simply tie them into a small bundle. Leftover lengths of wood can be drilled with holes to do the same job, and if placed on the ground then beetle larvae will feed on the decaying dead wood. Perk things up with a splash of paint Introducing permanent colour into a garden through planting alone can be difficult, but painting or staining will add instant colour just where you need it to set off plantings or act as a backdrop. A wash of a water-based colour on large terracotta pots is not permanent, but will jazz things up for a few months. Rendered walls can be painted, while wooden fences and structures such as obelisks or pergolas are best stained, as it's easier to re-apply. Think about which colours would work best in your plot and play around with them. There's a whole range of plants that hold their grey or silvery foliage all winter, fitting the season perfectly. These include: silver bush (Convolvulus cneorum), a compact, spreading shrub with shiny leaves that look as if they've been spray painted; Artemisia 'Powis Castle', with its soft, ferny, pale-silver foliage; and Helictotrichon sempervirens, a grey, arching evergreen grass. They all look great together in a large pot for seasonal interest and can then be transplanted into the garden next spring to provide interest for years to come.
Olar Power: Solar Lights 'invisible' in the City
Olar Power: Solar Lights 'invisible' in the City
This novella may actually be a short novel by Joe Haldeman, called Buying Time, also known as The Long Habit of Living in some countries, and published in 1989. Dallas Barr, the protagonist, is one of an elite group of people who are both rich and entrepreneurial enough to repeatedly purchase the Stileman Process, a full physical rejuvenation, whose effects last a decade. The price for this treatment is all the wealth that the purchaser possesses, at a minimum of one million dollars, so those who are capable of acquiring a fortune every ten years get to experience a form of semi-eternal youth. Dallas' love interest, Maria Marconi, another long-lived member of this group, has opted not to purchase rejuvenation again and is due to die a natural death in a few years, but later, she receives a variant of the Stileman treatment whose effects last a natural lifetime, not just ten years. The existence of this treatment is the source of the conflict between Barr and the shadowy Steering Committee, who want to keep the Stileman process, with its deliberate limitations, as the only one available.Dallas and Maria flee off-planet during their work to keep ahead of their assassins, visiting several exotic locations on Earth and in the Solar System. I don't specifically recall if Mars is visited, though I believe so, but they definitely spend some time on an asteroid, which could be part of Jupiter's or Saturn's belt. Joe Haldeman is a published American author, which doesn't square with your memory, but the plot similarities were such that it was worth noting. Since the book is out of print, it is perhaps vaguely possible that someone posted it online.Although I rate my chances of getting this answered low, I thought I'd ask here.In 2005 - 2 years, I stumbled across a novella (might have been 100 pages in length) that was available online for anyone to read in full.Author: Not a professional sci-fi writer, possibly not even a published writer in any genre. In a bio note, he said he was recently retired, had traveled the world in a variety of jobs including government service, and was British (or maybe South African), in any case not American.Style: Deceptively simple, possibly the un-flashiest SF writing I'd ever seen. At the same time, avoided all the pitfalls that novice authors fall into. Sentences flowed, story moved along smoothly. Little use of metaphor. Philosophical musings refreshingly absent. Author does not get in the way of story, at all.Plot: Ah, here's where my memory sadly fails me. I'll try to piece together bits and pieces of the narrative.Starts in a holiday resort in East Africa (Kenya? Somalia?) While the narrator is on the beach barbecuing, someone tries to kill him and barely misses. Retreats to levitating vacation home (anti-gravity apparently has been solved). Seeking answers for who wants him dead and why, travels to Jerusalem. Population now ten times of present, apparently under UN administration. Decides to sign up with military. Is shipped to Mars.We learn that he is several hundred years old, and due for a total body replacement soon. Appears to be independently wealthy but not super rich. On Mars, gets into a tight spot and finds more questions than answers. Possibly a plot by a subversive faction to wrest power from the current one-world government. Moves on to outer solar system, to a moon of Jupiter (or Saturn?) where he is again nearly killed in the frozen wastes of the moon but escapes with his life. Enemies vanquished, he returns to Earth. Final scene is in a glitzy restaurant in a satellite orbiting Earth, where he and girlfriend (wife?) toast his success as stars twinkle through the glass roof and city lights blink from below.Was never able to find that novella again. Possibly the author had put it online in hopes of attracting a publisher, then withdrawn it when no one expressed interest.
Can Solar Lights Can Be Used at Night on Airport Runways?
No. They are not bright enough and they dont stay "charged" for long periods of time generally. They are useful in places like cemetaries and on sidewalks and such because they are usually only needed for the dusk and early hours of darkness where airport runways are used all hours1. Outdoor solar lights not very bright why?Usually they only have one LED bulb in them, one LED bulb is not going to give off much light, and it depends on the reflector inside as well, more LEDs more light, and also there are different LEDs that give off different strengths of light2. list some advantages and disadvantaged to solar power?There are many advantages of solar energy. Just consider the advantages of solar energy over that of oil: Solar energy is a renewable resource. Although we cannot utilize the power of the sun at night or on stormy, cloudy days, etc., we can count on the sun being there the next day, ready to give us more energy and light. Oil, on the other hand, is not renewable. Once it is gone, it is gone. Solar cells are totally silent. They can extract energy from the sun without making a peep. Now imagine the noise that the giant machines used to drill for and pump oil make! Solar energy is non-polluting. Of all advantages of solar energy over that of oil, this is, perhaps, the most important. The burning of oil releases carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases and carcinogens into the air. Solar cells require very little maintenance (they have no moving parts that will need to be fixed), and they last a long time. Although solar panels or solar lights, etc., may be expensive to buy at the onset, you can save money in the long run. After all, you do not have to pay for energy from the sun. On the other hand, all of us are aware of the rising cost of oil. Solar powered lights and other solar powered products are also very easy to install. You do not even need to worry about wires. And here are the disadvantages of solar energy: Solar cells/panels, etc. can be very expensive. Solar power cannot be created at night. As you can see the advantages of solar energy create a much longer list that the disadvantages, and the disadvantages are things that can be improved as technology improves.3. Where can I find a lighted palm tree?I agree with going to Michael's. I got mine there a few years back and it is over 5' tall. I did not use solar lights because I wanted a showier look. I wrapped green Christmas lights in the palms and then used a rope light wrapped around the trunk to fit. It does not use much electricity because of the low voltage and you can put it on a timer for the amount of time you want. Wait until they have a 40% off coupon and they will be quite affordable4. Why aren't my solar lights working?The two that light are getting the most sunlight. They need more then 6 hours to charge up. Remember, not every day is "sunny"!.5. Can i keep my solar lights outside all winter long even when it snows?You can certainly leave them out, but Ni-Cad and Ni-MH batteries, the kind of cells your lights will have in them, tend to not work well in the cold, so I doubt they will work well until the warm weather comes around. You will find they work great once they thaw out; in fact, a clever trick some people use to extend the life of rechargeables is to store them in the fridge in a Zip-Loc bag. Solar cells, light bulbs, and LEDs will not be damaged by the cold. Most battery technology does not work well in the cold, actually; that's one of the reasons it's so bloody hard to get your car started in a Prairie winter.6. I'm kind of worried about living on my own?You can put a piece of wood in ledge of the sliding glass door to prevent it from being able to be slid open (this is what a lot of people do). There are also door and window alarms that you can purchase at the store (relatively cheaply) that will go off if one is opened. Make sure that you have blinds or curtains and keep them closed at night and when you are out of the house so that people cannot look in. You can purchase removable batter-powered motion detectors or put out solar lights around the patio (and entrance) if these are private for your unit -- if they are shared, then this is not a feasible option. If the door does not have a deadbolt, ask the landlord if one could be installed for extra security. It can be very scary living on your own for the first time -- this is common. Make sure that you are moving into a safe neighborhood and that you are prepared, just in case anything would happen. Most homes are not burglarized while people are home -- which could help to reassure you at night. Keep a lamp on at night if it makes you feel more secure -- I've done this many of times; in fact, it's a habit now and it does make me feel better (I've been a single mom for 10 years). Good luck to you. Try not to let fear get the most of you and just try some basic safety around your home. Obviously, do not open the door to anyone you do not know - and make sure that you know who it is if someone knocks on your door at night. I've got friends who know I will not come to the door after dark if they knock, so they better call and tell me they are on my door step. Make sure that your apartment is not in a high-crime area (the local police department can give you this information if you are not sure)... other than that, you should be fine. Congratulations on your new place.
Does Darker Skin Age Slower?
Does Darker Skin Age Slower?
yes...but only natural dark skin. lighter skin is more sensitive to solar lights, so they get wrinkles faster. especially when u tan1. Can solar lights be charged from indoor light or has to be sunlight?Indoor Solar Lights2. Best Solar Landscape Lights: Save the Earth and Your Family With Today! 2021Not only that but they make your yard look nice. Do not tell me you've never driven past a house with cool landscaping lights and thought, "I need some of those lights in my life." But how do you find the best solar landscape lights, and what are the advantages of buying them? There are several benefits to using solar energy and having landscape lights. With the two combined into one product, you get all of those benefits in a single purchase. For one, solar energy is a renewable resource. That means that you will always have access to sunlight. Even on rainy and overcast days because your lights are still charging, they are just a little slower. It also does not cost anything to use, so once you buy your solar lights, you've already paid to use solar energy. Because of this, the best solar landscape lights will offer you the light you need during an emergency. If the power goes out, you still have access to sustainable energy. Solar landscape lights are also versatile so that you can place them practically anywhere around your home. There are four kinds of solar landscape lights that you should be aware of. That will help you know which will be best for your home. Solar garden lights are great for adding an ambient glow around your yard. They do not offer bright light, but there's enough to add elegant decoration that you can appreciate from your patio. Pathway lights are similar to garden lights, but they offer more light. Normally, you just stake them into the ground along the path, and the solar panels will do the rest of the work. A solar spotlight or floodlight provides much more light than the other types, and you can place them in a variety of ways. Some come with a stake to place in the ground, and others can attach to the side of your home or garage. Solar motion sensor lights, as the name implies, only turn on when the sensor detects movement. It's great for placing near a door or garage to light your way and deter potential criminals. Before you can decide what the best solar landscape lights are for you, you should assess your needs first. Consider why you want solar lights, where you would like additional lights, and how much sunlight you receive. If you want ambient lighting, you will want garden lights instead of spotlights. If you want to add extra security, spotlights and motion sensor lights will suit you best. Once you know the purpose of the light, you can choose a style that delivers what you need. You should also consider where you would place the lights. It will need to be in a place where the solar panel has access to sunlight all day and is not in the shade. Some areas will be difficult to light if there is not sunlight nearby. It's also important to note that not all solar energy lights are weatherproof. If you want to use lights all year long, rain or shine, you will need to find lights that have a defense against the elements. If not, you will need to bring the lights inside during the winter and whenever it rains. If you search online for the best solar landscape lights, you will find hundreds of results. There are seemingly countless brands and styles, and it's difficult to know which ones will meet your needs. However, looking at other opinions and customer reviews can help. We have searched through those sites and compiled information that will help you make a decision. There are so many highly-rated solar lights online, but we have found the best of each style for you. This makes it easier for you to conduct your own research and find the best solar landscape lights for your home. Once you know what kind of solar lights you need, you significantly reduce your list of options. From there, you can examine the features of each style and pick which suits you best. Some deciding factors may come down to the kind of lightbulb, price, and design. While browsing through your options, you may also decide that you want a style different than what you originally thought. Each one has excellent customer reviews, so you get to decide which is better. Be sure to examine each product, and you are sure to find the best solar landscape lights for your situation.3. 10 Stunning Outdoor Lighting Ideas for Inspiration –Many people choose to string a bunch of outdoor lanterns all over the garden as the lighting source. It's perfect for a party area or where you have a bunch of chairs set up for guests. Make them decorative by putting colored glass bulbs in them and hang them on trees or lines hung between trees. A more subtle but equally as warm lighting is leaving a bunch of candles out to illuminate the yard. This works especially well with larger patios and approaches. The benefit of candles is that they are incredibly relaxing and soothing and also require almost zero maintenance. If you are planning to have an outdoor gathering this summer, you might be interested in taking a look at these outdoor umbrella lights. They have a simple design and are quite easy to put together and install. Read all of the instructions before doing anything. Make sure that you have all of the supplies that you need. Most outdoor LED furniture are made with a standard poly-carbon structure and covered with outdoor-grade acrylic. This acrylic may have a transparent, frosted or wood-textured appearance. Most of these products use super bright LEDs to give the furniture an eye-catching glow at night. And most of the acrylic LED furniture are solar powered, so you do not have to worry about connecting these pieces to the power grid any more. This beautiful outdoor furniture is available online and at some major retailers. They are also some interesting decorative themed outdoor chairs like the following. 1. Glowing Chewing Gum Lightpost - This light is a replica of the iconic London Gum P. 2. Glowing Gumball Machine - This gumball machine may be smaller than a real one, but it still works just as well as the real thing. 3. Glowing Dog Poop Light - This light is supposed to remind you to scoop the dog's poop. 4. Glowing Telephone Booth - This vintage-inspired structure does not only light the way at night, but can also be used as a storage area. 5. LED Space Invader Light - The classic Space Invader video game has been turned into this showpiece that will get your guests' attention. Submersible pond lighting gives new life to the color of your water and the fish swimming in it. There are a variety of lighting effects to choose from. You can choose the color of the light, the beam angle, and the distance to light the water. Also, the intensity can be set so that the light only illuminates the water or so it's strong enough to light up the exterior of the pond. The pond and water come to life once the lights are turned on. You can choose from a variety of color combinations, including green light which looks really cool. It's definitely a one-of-a-kind aquarium feature that's sure to impress your guests during your next party. The bottom line, if you want to give your fish a spectacular environment to live in where you can admire the unique characteristic of each fish at night, take the time to install a submersible pond light. It's worth it. Energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Utilizes energy from the sun. No worries about fluctuating electricity costs. No more replacing light bulbs every 6 months. Solar lights are often 2-3 times more expensive than traditional lights. The light shed by solar lights are very soft. They may not reach distant areas. Turning them on at night will drain their batteries, so you have to make sure they have enough charge to get through the night. Uplighting is an affordable way to make an outdoor space look more inviting and beautiful. It's especially prominent in places where a lot of foot traffic occurs This type of outdoor lighting is perfect for lighting pathways and directs attention to key elements in the garden, like a must-have planting or architectural features. Since it's designed to illuminate the underneath scenery of trees, it's a beneficial sort of outdoor lighting for large areas. Benefits range from making an individual tree look dramatic to providing safety in a large garden by making pathways visible.
Delay Shadow Over Solar Street Light Project | Bhubaneswar News - Times of India
BHUBANESWAR: The solar street lighting project in Bhubaneswar is likely to be delayed further as the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Tuesday expressed its inability to allot land to the Orissa Renewable Energy Development Agency (Oreda) at the proposed site near Unit-8 Boys' High School for setting up a solar photovoltaic (SPV) power plant. The BMC, instead, has requested the director of estates to allot land near Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT). Solar lighting will be installed on the stretch between OUAT and Delta square for which Oreda had sought land from BMC. "Since BMC is the user of solar lights, it has to provide us land to set up the plant which will facilitate the lighting," said deputy director, Oreda, B K Swain. He said they had sought 600 sq metre land for installing solar panel and batteries. A BMC official said they had no piece of land at the proposed place. "We are hopeful that Oreda will be provided land soon," said the official. OREDA is the nodal agency for technical assistance for solar lighting and BMC would provide the required support. The solar lights on the proposed stretch would cost about Rs 1.14 crore. The Union ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) will give 30% of the project cost, sources said. The BMC in 2011 was included in the MNRE's 'solar city' project, which will turn 60 cities across the country into solar cities. "The solar powered streetlight was planned by BMC. It is supported by the science and technology department and Oreda," BMC commissioner Sanjib Mishra said. At present, the BMC spends around Rs 5 crore on street lighting annually. Solar lights are expected to cut down on the expenses significantly. Earlier, the civic body had launched environment-friendly LED street lighting system in some parts of the city to cut down on energy expenses. BMC aims to convert at least 10% street lights into solar powered lights by 2020.
Solar Energy Powers Village Economy
From a stone cutter to a solar light maker the transition is swift and fast. Chenamma no longer works in the hot sun to eke out a living. She now sits under a fan and deftly fixes wires, batteries and screws for the mini solar LED light. She makes 50 solar lights a day, earning Rs. 280.Chenamma is among the several villagers making a fast buck in spite of their illiteracy. Thanks to the technology revolution unleashed by the National Institute of Rural Development, several inaccessible villages in the State are enjoying solar home lighting system. Even the rural economy is looking up with transfer of technology.The solar light manufacturing unit at the NIRD's Rural Technology Park (RTP) here is abuzz with activity as a variety of solar lights are being made in partnership with the Thrive Solar Energy Pvt Ltd. Some of the villagers who have been trained at the Solar Training Institute, Tiloni, Rajasthan are now gainfully employed. They now assemble solar powered lights and also maintain the solar streetlights installed in their villages. "We will be manufacturing LED lights also in the coming days," said Mohammed Khan, consultant, RTP.The solar mini light and study light, which are 30 times brighter than kerosene lamps, are being offered at just Rs. 150 by NIRD. In the 10 Telangana villages adopted by it, solar streetlights are being installed for Rs. 3,500 - exploding the myth that solar energy is expensive. By investing Rs. 27,000 one can have two lights, a fan and TV running with solar power. Under the Jawaharlal Nehru Solar Mission, Government of India provides 40 per cent subsidy, banks offer 50 percent loan while the rest is born by the beneficiaries. "The only problem is that banks are not readily coming forward to offer loans", admits Dr. P. Shivaram, project director, RTP.Solar energy is one of the 20 cost effective technologies being promoted by the RTP for improvement of the rural economy. Recently it has also developed solar lights and freezers for fishermen who go for fishing during nights. Nearly 100 solar lights were supplied to 50 fishermen of Gopalpur on Sea, Odhisa. Other innovative devices manufactured are solar dehydration unit, solar pest manager and thermoelectric cooking appliance.
LED Solar Garden Lights Are Easy on Spring Budget
LED solar garden lights are a perfect outdoor lighting option for homeowners looking for energy efficiency and to stay on budget. Modern solar lights emit an ambient glow that is a great option for outdoor entertaining. Using several solar lanterns or wall lights around your patio or deck offers a unique lighting arrangement that costs nothing to operate.With less maintenance than traditional lighting sources, solar lights offer a clear advantage.LED bulbs last for close to 200,000 hours of use making them extremely durable and long-lasting. The LED's also run cool and there are no wires or sockets to worry about. Your family can rest easy knowing the yard is a more safe place!Modern solar lighting is becoming increasingly affordable and stylish as new models are introduced and updated regularly. Solar garden lights have a clear ROI as they draw no electricity from the grid. If you are replacing traditional outdoor lighting with LED solar garden lights, they will pay for themselves within their lifetime.Choosing an outdoor lighting scheme can be difficult enough. Installation is often the most difficult aspect of setting up your outdoor sanctuary. LED solar garden lights take this worry away - they simply plug into the ground with a provided stake. Other types of lights are hung on your wall, strung around benches or poles, or placed in your garden to highlight landscaping.Decorating options are endless! Opportunities to customize a beautiful lighting arrangement for your backyard are unlimited. You can choose from stainless steel or copper finishes, globe or lantern styles, or even tall lamp posts or solar string lights! For that truly unique feel, choose accessories like a solar umbrella, garden rock, or solar fence.Adorning your patio, deck, or lawn with LED solar lights adds a festive tone for family and friends. Look for stylish garden lanterns or solar string lights that will keep your guests talking! For the environmentally conscious, know that you are creating demand for renewable energy while increasing the energy efficiency of your home.
How to Clean and Maintain Solar Garden Lights?
As for solar garden lights, in the process of cleaning and maintenance, I believe that many people are most concerned about how to effectively clean and maintain solar street lights. Judging from the current situation, there is a lot of cleaning and maintenance work for this equipment.In the process of cleaning the solar garden light equipment, let's take a look at the actual situation of this equipment. Because the equipment itself is placed outdoors all year round, it is said that a lot of dust and dirt accumulate, which may affect the operation of the equipment. Therefore, it must be cleaned regularly, and you can wipe it with a rag when cleaning. However, during the cleaning process, we must maintain consistent movements and not rub back and forth. And in the cleaning process, the intensity should be moderate, especially when dealing with some chandeliers or other lighting, and the cleaning should be gentle.In the process of cleaning solar garden lighting equipment, everyone must pay attention to cleaning all places. When cleaning the bulb, you should turn off all the lights first, and then you can remove the bulb and wipe it separately during the wiping process. If you are cleaning directly on the lamp, do not turn the bulb clockwise to avoid tightening the entire lamp holder and causing it to fall off.In the maintenance process of solar garden lights, it is necessary to pay attention to layer-by-layer maintenance on the basis of maintaining all lamps and conduct regular inspections and maintenance. When you encounter problems, you must fulfill your responsibilities, and do not hang some decorations on the lights.Shining some light on solar garden subscriptionsFor area homeowners, even renters, the offer is out there: Sign up for a community solar garden and potentially save thousands of dollars on your electricity bills. There are reasons for people to be dubious - skepticism about door-to-door sales strategies used by some solar organizations, the daunting nature of signing a 25-year contract, the complexity of a program that's a mix of government, a massive power company and private developers. Other than a mortgage, people are not usually accustomed to putting their signature on a legal agreement spanning decades. But a community solar garden subscription offers a genuine opportunity to save money, along with supporting renewable energy, according to proponents of the program. And at least three options exist for Xcel Energy customers in Blue Earth County, giving people a chance to shop around and compare. "They likely have access to a community solar garden that will provide them a good value," said Dan Thiede, communications director for Clean Energy Resource Teams. While signing up for a subscription is not difficult, the benefits vary widely by developer. Some offer a straight discount on a subscriber's electric bill. "Sometimes you can get (the savings) locked in as a discount - maybe save 10% on your utility bill," Thiede said. Others offer the prospect of much bigger savings, but the size of the windfall is more speculative. "We generally think it's a good idea to reach out to several companies if several are available," Thiede said, comparing it to hiring a contractor or buying a new car. "It's nice to be able to compare bids, and that's the same with community solar." The 2013 Minnesota Legislature created the program to give homeowners and other customers of Xcel Energy a chance to invest in solar energy without installing solar panels on their property. The legislation requires Xcel to purchase power from community solar gardens constructed and operated by private developers. The developers, though, can not just pocket all of the payments from Xcel. The builder and operator of the solar array must sell subscriptions to residents, businesses, churches, schools and governments within the county where the array is located or within a county bordering that county. Homeowners who subscribe will generally pay a monthly subscription fee to the community solar garden developer - a share that can be the equivalent of as much as 120% of the homeowner's historic electricity consumption. As each subscriber's share of the array produces electricity, it goes to Xcel's Energy's electrical grid. Xcel then credits the subscriber for the energy production, offsetting all or a portion of the subscriber's regular Xcel electricity bill. During the long days of summer when the sun is shining for more than half the day and solar arrays are pumping out electricity, subscribers might see their entire Xcel bill wiped out by the solar credits received. In fact, the subscriber might be consuming less electricity than his or her share of the solar garden is producing, in which case Xcel banks the unused credits in the customer's name and taps into that bank of credits in winter months when the days are short and the solar arrays are less productive. Over the course of the year, the value of the credits paid by Xcel should exceed the cost of the subscription fees paid to the community solar farm developer. Institutional subscribers might be offered a contract where they pay a lump sum up-front for the subscription and benefit over time via the Xcel credits that will reduce their monthly electricity bills. The city of Mankato, Blue Earth County and Mankato Area Public Schools all have large subscriptions. Just last month, the city purchased another subscription from Cooperative Energy Futures for the new array it began operating in November near Janesville. US Solar has sold subscriptions to Bremer Bank, the YMCA, and the cities of North Mankato and St. Clair for community solar gardens it built last year near Good Thunder. For residential subscribers, most will be offered a "pay-as-you-go" subscription, which involves little or no up-front cost but will entail paying two bills each month. They will be billed monthly by the community solar garden operator for their subscription. And they will continue to receive their monthly Xcel bill, minus the credit - the size of which will be based on the amount of solar energy produced by their share of the solar array. One type of pay-as-you-go subscription has a set discount - the subscription costs are locked in for each of the 25 years, with the annual increases in the subscription rate spelled out in the contract. The value of the solar credits offered by Xcel are also fixed, including the annual increases, and the value of the Xcel credits are a bit larger than the cost of the subscription fees. "Our prices are all locked in," said Dana Hallstrom, residential program manager for Minneapolis-based US Solar. "You know what your rates are to start and for the full 25 years." Even with those fixed rates, the ultimate savings are not completely locked in because they will be determined by the actual amount of electricity produced by US Solar's next solar array - one under construction near Nicollet. If the array is a bit more productive than expected, savings for subscribers will be higher. If it pumps out less electricity than anticipated, the total savings to the array's subscribers will be less. For this story, a subscription application was made to US Solar for the rural Nicollet solar array that's expected to begin operation by mid-summer. After giving Xcel permission to share the electricity consumption of the one-story, three-bedroom home in Mankato, US Solar offered a subscription it projected would provide $89 in savings the first year, an annual benefit that would gradually decline to $79 a year by the end of the contract. The cumulative savings were estimated at $2,089 over 25 years. That home actually uses less electricity than a typical home, so the savings stemming from the solar subscription are less, Hallstrom said. "The average is actually $120 savings (the first year)," she said. That brings the cumulative projected savings to about $2,850 for the average subscriber. Information about US Solar subscriptions can be found at us-solar.com/minnesota. Another subscription application for the same Mankato home was made to Cooperative Energy Futures for the solar garden near Janesville in Waseca County, and the offer by the co-op represented another subscription model. That model is based on the assumption that Xcel will continue to regularly increase its rates over the next quarter century and those rate increases will exceed the increases in the solar garden subscription. The projected savings are more speculative but also much larger, with the estimated savings for the Mankato home projected to be nearly $10,000 in reduced electricity costs over 25 years. The projections were based on the assumption that Xcel will raise its rates annually by 3% a year - making bill credits provided by the community solar garden more valuable. The cost of the subscription, by contrast, will increase only 2% per year during the first eight years of the contract, at which point the subscription cost would remain constant for the rest of the contract. In the first year, Cooperative Energy Futures would charge the Mankato homeowner $1,190 for the solar garden subscription while the credits applied to the homeowner's Xcel bills would total $1,276 - a savings of $85. By the eighth year, with those 2% annual cost increases, the annual subscription cost would reach $1,304 and would stay at that level for the final 17 years of the contract. If Xcel's rates rise by 3% a year, the solar energy credits applied to the homeowner's electricity bills are expected to total $1,461. Subtract the cost of the subscription from the Xcel bill credits, and the projected savings total $157 for the eighth year. After that, assuming Xcel's rates continue to rise by 3% annually, the savings really start to accelerate because the subscription costs are no longer increasing. In the 20th year, for instance, the savings are estimated to be $656. In the 25th year, it's projected to be $899. The estimated total savings stemming from the solar subscription for that Mankato home are $9,976. "Basically, people are locking in a stable utility rate over the 25 years," said Timothy Denherder-Thomas, general manager of Cooperative Energy Futures. "So as utility costs rise, you are saving more and more money." Of course, the savings would be less if Xcel does not raise rates by 3% a year. What happens if some revolutionary new technology is discovered, and the cost of producing electricity actually falls? That would threaten the savings predicted in the Cooperative Energy Futures contract. "So you are taking a little bit of a gamble that way," Thiede said. "... That's why some organizations who are a little more risk averse sign up for the discounted rate." But even if power generation somehow becomes surprisingly cheap in the future, Denherder-Thomas said Xcel will probably still be raising rates for the foreseeable future. The reason, he said, is because Xcel's investment in existing power plants and other infrastructure wo not be paid off for decades to come. For a subscriber to actually lose money, Xcel's rate increases would need to average well below 1% a year over the next 25 years, Denherder-Thomas said. More details can be found at www.cooperativeenergyfutures.com/subscribe. CleanChoice Energy is a third solar garden developer taking subscriptions for 15 arrays being developed in Minnesota, including in Blue Earth and Nicollet counties. More information is available at go.cleanchoiceenergy.com/solar-in-mn-bluebird/. More options may arise if additional arrays are built by other developers. Other opportunities will disappear when arrays reach capacity as subscribers are added. Cooperative Energy Futures officials said their array may reach capacity before the end of this month. US Solar expects to continue accepting subscriptions a bit longer for the Nicollet array. "I would say by the end of spring it would be filled, if not sooner," Hallstrom said. A 25-year contract might seem unworkable for many people. Renters probably do not expect to be in their current apartment anywhere near that long. Even homeowners might figure on moving up to a bigger house or downsizing as children leave the nest. Older residents might wonder if they will be in an assisted-living center, a nursing home or even more constricted quarters in 25 years. Which is why it's important to look at the fees related to breaking the contract, according to a community solar garden advisory issued by the Minnesota Attorney General's Office. "Cancellation penalties can be expensive," the AG's office warns. "Therefore, consumers ... should consider whether they are able to commit to the entire term of these agreements and the penalties they will incur if they must break that commitment." Subscribers can transfer their subscription to a new home as long as they are still in Xcel's service territory and as long as they are still in a county adjacent to the location of the solar garden. Alternatively, someone selling a home can transfer the subscription to the home buyer, assuming the buyer wants it, or to anyone else in the eligible area, Hallstrom and Denherder-Thomas said. If a subscriber simply wants to immediately break the subscription, there's a fee. Denherder-Thomas said the fee is waived by Cooperative Energy Futures if three months' notice is provided. Hallstrom said US Solar allows people to cancel every fifth year. Otherwise, fees as high as $250 will be charged for immediate cancellations. Cooperative Energy Futures offers something most community solar developers do not : a chance for almost any Xcel rate-payer to participate. "That's kind of the approach we've taken from the beginning," Denherder-Thomas said. Applicants with low credit scores are often rejected by other developers. Cooperative Energy Futures does not even require a credit check. As mentioned earlier, subscribers also can get out of the co-op's solar program without penalty with three months' notice. The reason the cooperative can deal with a less stable batch of subscribers is that they establish a back-up subscriber to take over any portion of a solar array's energy production if residential subscribers fail to keep up on their subscription fees or otherwise drop out. That's a role the city of Mankato recently agreed to play. Mankato's subscription will involve 15% of the Janesville array's capacity with the solar credits providing discounted energy for street lights and power consumed by the civic center. The city's contract allows its share to grow to as much as 40% of the array's capacity to cover gaps created by those shorter-term residential subscribers who leave the program. "Our additional capacity and allotment will allow renters and small-business owners the opportunity to participate with short-term agreements that can be canceled at any time with three months' notice," the City Council was told in a Jan. 27 memo. "... The city's backup subscription provides access to residents of all income levels to join and receive value from the solar garden." The Attorney General's Office cautions subscribers to look closely at the details of a contract before they sign up. Understand if there are any up-front costs of a subscription and look closely at the subscription "escalators" that push up the monthly costs over the years. Also be wary of projected savings that are based on predictions of excessive increases in utility rates. Thiede considers a prediction of 3% or less to be a good escalator: "If it's 5%, then 'buyer beware.'" Also look closely at cancellation penalties. "Those should be clearly printed in your contract," Thiede said. "If it's not, you should ask." CERTs, which has a mission of connecting Minnesotans to the resources they need to implement clean-energy projects, does not recommend specific solar garden developers. But Thiede said the organization does recommend doing a little research on a developer before signing up: "Do they have staying power to be around for the next 25 years? What is their background, and do they have the right experience?" Thiede said a reputable solar garden developer offering a good contract is likely to provide savings to subscribers, considering how electricity costs have risen historically. "But nobody has a crystal ball on the future," he said. Thiede has a community solar garden subscription, is satisfied with the results, and regularly looks at how his Xcel bill is reduced by the solar power credits generated by his share of the solar array - particularly in the summer months. "I do not actually pay a utility bill, typically, from May until September," he said.
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What Should We Look at When Purchasing Products From Solar Street Lamp Manufacturers
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