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SolarGaps. Energy Generating Smart Solar Blinds | Indiegogo

We engineered SolarGaps with features designed for renters, homeowners and businesses to affordably reduce energy usage, create renewable energy and make the transition to energy independence:

DIY PLUG & PLAY – With apartment renters in mind, the interior wall brackets are designed as a non-permanent, plug & play solution with additional installation options for homeowners to maximize energy production.

ENERGY GENERATING – Built-in solar panels can generate up to 100W-150W of renewable energy per 10 sq. ft. (≈ 1 m2) of a window, enough to power 30 LED light bulbs or three MacBooks.

ENERGY REDUCING – In addition to generating solar energy, the window blinds also save energy by shading your home interior and reducing air condition cost by up to 80%.

AFFORDABLE – Energy surplus can either be stored in the battery or can easily be sold to your electricity company as green energy through a two-way meter they provide.

SMART FEATURES – Easily integrate with smart devices like Google Home, Echo, Nest Thermostat and more to control by voice, temperature and/or smartphone app.

Source: SolarGaps. Energy Generating Smart Solar Blinds | Indiegogo

This is the perfect example of “doing it ourselves”. We don’t need our federal government to help us go green, truly green, we can do it ourselves. You can get one slat for $39.

Check it out. These sorts of projects deserve our support.

Disclaimer: I do not know this person, never saw this product before today, I don’t take any $$ from this person to promote this product.

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