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by Jen Biederman on 04/09/2009
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Moon Shine - Garden Week
Wanna get loaded on cheap electricity? Go with nonpolluting solar patio lights, and pretty soon you'll be drunk with (free) power: an hour of sunlight hitting the earth provides more energy than everyone in the world uses in a whole year. Drink up.
- No hangover for the earth. Solar energy is clean and infinitely renewable.
- Home-brewed electricity. Solar energy's free, so most of these lights will pay for themselves within a year.
- You could install these things wasted. With solar pathway lights, for example, all you gotta do is stick 'em in the ground.
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Jen From Renewable Choice Says: If you must put up outdoor lighting, solar powered is the way to go. Make sure you get the ones that use LED bulbs and that you are able to turn them off if you don't need them. So easy, even my parents could do it! ~Jen
Jen Biederman is a Customer Service and Communications Specialist for Renewable Choice Energy.