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Rolling Sunlight is a Solar-Powered Energy Station Helping Hurricane Sandy Victims in the Rockaways

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On November 8, 2012 @ 12:40 pm In New York City,News,Solar Power | No Comments

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“Now folks! THIS is what it means to be an American Citizen! INNOVATION!” commented reader Richard H. Parker Jr. on our Facebook post about this solar-power truck that’s been providing power to Hurricane Sandy victims [1] – and we could’t agree more. Named “Rolling Sunlight” [1], Greenpeace’s mobile power station [1] is topped with a photovoltaic array and has the ability to store 50 kilowatt-hours of power in a set of batteries housed inside. True to its name, it’s been bringing a ray of sunshine to people in the Rockaways [1] who have no power to charge up their phones to stay in touch with loved ones.

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