Smartflower Pop All-In-One Solar System

May 6, 2015

Category: Tech

Not getting the energy output you were hoping for from that hamster on a wheel? Maybe it’s time to look into another alternative energy source.

The Smartflower POP Solar System brings solar power to your home without having to install any costly panels. This is an all-in-one, plug-and-play system that generates an average of 4,000 kWh per year (the average electricity requirement of a household in the central European region), producing enough power for an entire household. The system uses two-axis tracking to follow the sun throughout the day, then it automatically folds itself up at night and unfolds itself all over again the morning. The Smartflower POP is delivered as an all-in-one complete system and is operational within an hour, getting firmly bolted to the ground at the location of your choice. [Purchase]

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