With Winter Storm Rocky Rolling Through The Midwest, Solutions From Science Delivers A Truly Knock-Out Backup Power Alternative

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As winter storms continue to rip through the United States, Solutions From Science offers a new promotion to fight back against power outages.

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Having a backup source of power is very important. The thing that sets our solar generators apart from other generators is the fuel source. Our solar generator systems allow our customers to create their own fuel source with the solar panels. No gas.

Solutions From Science is a company that has focused their efforts on developing alternative backup power solutions to their customers. Recently they released an offer for their PowerHub 1800 solar generator system that allows the customer to get two solar generators for the price of one. They are calling it the “Crazy Weather Sale.”

In the Midwest where the full experience of all four seasons is a very palpable thing, many would tell you that the weather over the past few years has been “weird” or “crazy.” The Weather Channel just published an article that detailed the impact and perceived impact of winter storm Rocky on each state. It shows how this winter storm grounded flights across Illinios, forced heavy-duty plows into ditches across Kansas, and broke a 120-year-old Amarillo, Texas record.

Any customer who purchases a PowerHub 1800 solar generator will receive one of their PowerSource 1800 solar generators at no cost. “With storms like superstorm Sandy and winter storms such as Q and Rocky, we have seen the power grid continually pelted with bad weather this year, time and time again. We have given a firsthand account to how susceptible the power grid is to damage and interruption. I feel this deal helps put our customers in the driver’s seat of creating their own power when the grid goes down,” says Bill Heid, founder and president of Solutions From Science.

The PowerHub 1800 is a solar generator system that contains two 150 watt solar panels that bring power into the generator. The generator contains a solar charger that charges the two 100 amp hour batteries with the solar power collected from the solar panels. The generator also contains an 1800 watt inverter that converts the stored DC battery power to AC outlet power, allowing their customers to plug their appliances directly into any one of the five AC outlets equipped on the generator.

“Having a backup source of power is very important. The thing that sets our solar generators apart from other generators is the fuel source. Our solar generator systems allow our customers to create their own fuel source with the solar panels. No gas. No oil. No hassle,” says Heid.

For more information on solar generators and to learn more about this “Crazy Weather Sale” go to http://www.CrazyWeatherSale.com/?utm_source=pr&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=pr022813.

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