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  • http://www.gstriatum.com/solarenergy/ Diego

    Hello.

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    • Zoye

      great idea but i was thinking more of using it to help around the house and probably carge like a night light instead or maybe like idk

  • Dahn Higley

    Great concept. Has it reached the production stage?
    I’m most interested in the existing or projected cost to the consumer per sq/ft.
    I would also be interested in the buisiness aspect.
    Regards
    Dahn

  • http://secretearthenergy.com solar enregy

    Great post!

    thanks

  • Zoye

    i was thinking of the same idea but i think i would power something other than that.

  • http://www.soeasyblinds.co.uk Blinds

    Great post, very informative!

  • http://www.wowmetro.com Ray

    I’ve heard that there is also glass with embedded pv cells being developed.

  • http://solardecklights.iblogger.org Earle@Solar Deck Lights

    I recenlty read about a glass window which also traps solar energy in the panes for convertion to electricity. Solar tech is innovating everyday

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    Cheap home solar power plans are found just about everywhere and many of them are less expensive than what you may think. The traditional solar panel is often quite pricey, but if you purchase a small solar panel, you will find that they are quite affordable. Starting off small with only a few solar panels to create energy will work nicely and as your savings start to grown, you can build more as time goes on.

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    I recently began making my own solar panels – I utilized some video guides I found and it’s working out wonderful!

  • http://www.prestigeconservatoryblinds.co.uk Andy Hughes

    For someone who is still relatively new to the whole environmentally friendly train I love this concept.

    My only reservation is around how much light these blind lights will give off. Sometimes, a very dim light is less effective than no light at all. Also, is the power generation sufficient to really drive anything other than 12v type products?

    Andy

  • http://www.lightingever.com lighting

    dose your window big enough ?
    dose your panel work efficient enough ?
    dose the panel cost less enough ?
    dose the accessories worthly enough ?
    so i always think sunshine energy should be developed rationally and centralized.
    solar power station at ground and air maybe good choice !

  • Jon

    Solar window treatments make sense in some very beneficial ways. I am prototyping something along the same lines, but nowhere this good. Excellent work.

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  • http://www.wpsindia.com;www.balajimariline.com RAMAKRISHNA

    is it commercially viable proposition? how does it retain the energy? is it stored on batteries? we would like to know more about it to import in India,

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    Well written article, a good amount of research done.

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  • http://www.meritblinds.co.uk/ Merit Blinds

    Well explained. Everything that can be done to help with reducing our energy consumption will be a great help given the price of energy today.