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Re: [hreg] HREG I have some info

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  • Robert Bruce Warburton
    I have some info about a portable solar charger that will be available in November if anyone is interested.
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 21, 2002
      I have some info about a portable solar charger that will be available in
      November if anyone is interested.

      Mike Ewert wrote:

      > Our next Houston Renewable Energy Group (HREG) meeting will be Sunday
      > October 27th from 2 - 4 pm at Texas Southern University School of
      > Technology.
      > The topics of this meeting will be Solar PV Home System Design and How Solar
      > Energy can Help Developing Countries. We will combine these topics through
      > a real case study and service opportunity. We will be designing a small PV
      > system for an orphanage operated by Cherish the Children in Kenya. We will
      > get to learn about these types of systems (similar to the one James has on
      > his tool shed or the one I had on my car) and we will also have the
      > opportunity to donate to make it happen for this worthy cause (completely
      > voluntary).
      > If their schedules permit, our special guests will be:
      > Johann Niehaus from Southwest PV (http://www.southwestpv.com/) to explain
      > the system and process.
      > Carol Hidinger with Cherish the Children to tell us a little about the
      > orphanage.
      > A short business meeting will follow our special topic and we will adjourn
      > by 4pm. We hope to see you there!
      > Directions:
      > TSU is near and between Route 59 and I-45 south of Houston. From I-45, take
      > the SCOTT STREET exit and head west about a mile. You will see a Burger
      > King on the right - turn right there onto CLEBURNE STREET. Drive about 1/2
      > mile and you will see the campus on the left.
      > The School of Technology is on the north edge of campus. Proceeding on
      > Cleburne Street you will pass a few cross streets until you get to a light
      > (campus ends here) - this is ENNIS STREET- turn left. You should then see
      > the School of Technology on the left - turn left ahead of the building - and
      > you should see the ground-mounted array of solar pv panels. Park near the
      > panels, which are near the Solar Lab and look for signs to room 225
      > upstairs.
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