The energy we use is usually measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). 1 kWh is equal to 1,000 watts working for one hour. In 2001, the entire world consumed 13.9 trillion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity [source: Clean-Energy]. Of that global 13.9 trillion kWh, 25 percent (3.45 trillion kWh) powered electrical devices in the United States [source: IndexMundi]. And of that 3.45 trillion kWh, 1.14 trillion were used in households [source: EIA]. That's more than 30 percent of U.S. electricity going to power homes, which is more than either the commercial or the industrial sector uses [source: EIA].
We’re sure you are thinking, solar panels work great in California or Florida and that they will not work for you because you don’t have that much sun where you live. Understandable, but also not correct. Our sun is powerful in that even on cloudy days its rays will penetrate the clouds and hit your solar panels to create needed electricity.
Our product is unique in a sense that it can be used by those who have solar panels installed in their homes or by others who want to get a foot in the door with all things solar.
For those solar owners who direct the electricity from their home solar panels to the grid, our product is a great method to capture some of that produced electricity for your use later. A great example are power outages. In case of a power outage you won’t have to be scrambling for candles or flashlights. By using the Nature’s Generator and Nature’s Power Pod, you will be able to use captured electricity from your installed panels for use when those scheduled power outages occur. Another great feature is that our unit is whisper quiet when in use and emits no smells that you are accustomed to seeing with gas generators.
For those who don’t know much about solar but want to start using solar, our product also provides an easy way to get acquainted with solar technology. You can start off with one of our smaller systems and use it where you’d like. Our product is portable and has several uses.