I wonder how can we organise that, they have no power but solar chargers for mobiles and solar lights might help.
solarenergy (not verified)
Fri, 02/25/2011 - 05:17
What if all of us will use the power of Solar Power Queensland System I think we can save a lot of energy but I think it’s so expensive, but If you are living in Queensland, there has never been a better time to convert your home’s conventional power supply into one that is run by solar power systems. Queensland is located in Australia’s tropical zone and is known to enjoy a great deal of sunshine all year round, which is why converting homes into environmentally-friendly, cost-efficient ones make perfect sense.
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