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Welcome to our solar power resource.  Here you will find great resources, articles, links and more about solar power.   With the rising cost of oil alternative sources of energy are required.  Learn about the benefits of one of those resources, solar power, here.

Here are some articles to start with...

Solar Powered Cars

By Brennan Howe
In the 1990’s, emissions laws were being enforced throughout the United States. Many colleges and universities began looking at the possibility of solar powered cars. The finding were that the Read more...
Australia Considers Putting All Schools on Solar Power
By Richard Chapo
You have to love politicians. Jumping on the renewable energy bandwagon, they are suddenly coming up with all kinds of programs to solve energy problems.In Australia, the Labor Party Read more...

Solar Powered Lights

By Brennan Howe
All of our energy comes from the sun. Solar powered lights offer a low cost and do not pollute the environment. Such lights are very popular for garden use and landscaping. They are hassle Read more...
solar power news:

Inflatable, Affordable Electric Car Announced
Low cost inflatable electric car is announced as world's first crash-proof, long range, flat-pack vehicle. Imagine a pre-deployed air bag forming the body of the car. (PESN; Sept. 14)
HAFC: Hydro Assist Fuel Cell kit
The HAFC kit presently for sale combines three fuel saving technologies along with a sophisticated computerized emission system optimizer. It includes 1) an electrolysis unit for on-board hydrogen injection; 2) a vaporizer/ionizer using magnets; and 3) additives that include acetone and xylene. (PESWiki; Sept. 11)
Theo Jansen's StrandBeest Kinetic Sculptures
Modern-day DaVinci-like genius has been building various contraptions that walk along via the power of the wind. Made from commonly available tools like plastic tubing, cardboard boxes, plastic bottles, hose, and tape, they combine engineering with art. (PESWiki; Sept. 12)
Bladeless Turbine Engines: History and Potential
From two millennia ago, through Tesla and onward, the bladeless turbine remains a feasible option for transmitted power from a moving stream fluid to a solid rotating object such as a disc or a drum using the boundary layer that formed on its surface. Proposal given to hybridize the Tesla and Hero designs. (PESN; Sept. 11)
Hydrogen-Boost Mileage Enhancement System
On-board electrolysis system injects hydrogen into air intake, to improve mileage and power, while decreasing emissions. Other enhancements also included in package deal, which includes a ScanGauge II.
Canadian's Machine Turns Gravity into Power
Bob Kostoff has created a self-sustaining engine that says would cost less than half of a small wind turbine. The machine works much like a teeter-totter, using a series of sliding weights that, with the help of the earths gravitational pull, force the unit to continue spinning around in a circle. (PESWiki; Sep. 7, 2007)