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Support Hurricane Relief Efforts with the Purchase of a Portable Solar Charger

Sept. 13, 2017 – eNow, the leader in renewable energy solutions for the transportation industry, announced that it will donate $10 to the Red Cross in support of Hurricane Relief efforts for every Maple Solar System sold through its website.

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The Maple Solar System is a portable, multifunction device capable of acting as a light source and as a phone charger. It provides a convenient source of mobile power for outdoor activities such as camping, boating, fishing, and hiking. The light source is an energy efficient LED that’s as bright as a 15 watt light bulb, and the USB charger will provide 3,200 iPhone charges over the battery lifetime.

The system consists of a small PV solar module, an LED lamp, and a USB charging cable. The panel measures 6.18″ x 7.3″ and the entire system weighs less than two pounds. The PV module converts sunlight into electricity, which charges the Li-ion battery in the LED lamp base. The USB charging cable connects the battery to your device, and is perfect for charging smart phones. There is a system controller inside the lamp to protect the battery from overcharge and over-discharge, as well as protecting USB output from overload and short circuit.

“The Maple Solar System is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts,” says Jeff Flath, President & CEO of eNow. “It’s also a great system to have on hand after a storm to keep your cell phone charged if the grid goes down. We’re offering the system at a special price to help people be prepared, and by donating the profits from each sale we can assist those already affected by the recent storms.”

The Maple Solar System costs $29.95 plus shipping. It’s available online at enowenergy.com

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