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Coyle Industries Develops Portable Solar Generator

The prototype of a portable solar power generator built by Mack Coyle, a self-made engineer, for a wedding caught the eye of Jeff Lipton and paved the way for the starting of Coyle Industries in Berkeley.

The company has built a neat marketable version of the prototype portable solar generator with all the required safety features. The generator can be tied on the back of a vehicle and carried to any place for generating power. The portable generator a bit bigger than a garden gas grill and constructed utilizing ready-to-use type of parts generates up to 3 kW electric power utilizing solar energy. The portable generator produces 2 kW of solar power every day and has the storage facility to store up to 5 kW hours. The generator known as CM4 produces enough power to meet nearly one fourth of the power requirement of a normal house.

According to Lipton, President of Coyle Industry, the portable solar generator can be conveniently utilized for camping and recreational purposes, pumping water from the well in remote locations, to provide relief during natural calamity and to assist the third world in their everyday power use. He added that the generator  can also be utilized for military usages.


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