The Some Shine Solar Energy Storage System is not only energy efficient, but also easy on the eyes. All you have to do is place the aesthetically pleasing Solar Curtain in the window during the day, wait for it to collect solar energy and by nighttime it should have enough solar juice stored to power gadgets such as your mobile phone or iPod.
Although not the best invention for someone living in Seattle, the Ming-Ching Hsueh designed Some Shine Solar Energy Storage System is still impressively practical and simple.
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Some Shine Solar Energy Storage System Uses Daylight to Charge at Night
- By: Brian G RandlesOct 2, 2009