Green Sun Rising welcomes its newest family member: The Solar Bikeport!

Windsor, Ontario – February 15th 2012 – Green Sun Rising, Windsor's longest operating solar company, is proud to present the newest member of its growing solar photovoltaic product family – The Solar Bikeport.

Windsor, Ontario – February 15th 2012 – Green Sun Rising, Windsor's longest operating solar company, is proud to present the newest member of its growing solar photovoltaic product family – The Solar Bikeport.


This new and innovative product combines the business with pleasure, as Green Sun Rising's president Klaus Dohring points out: "We definitely put a lot of thought into the design of our Bikeport. We were aiming for the combination of function and form."

The all-aluminum unit features a clean and modern design, making intelligent use of its light yet durable components. It sure is pleasing to the eye but what makes the new Solar Bikeport so special? First of all there is the functionality. The product protects a bicycle or an E-bike against the elements. But here is the clue: Green Sun Risings solar experts have installed three flexible solar modules on the curved roof of the Solar Bikeport. These so called thin-film modules with a combined output of over 200 Watt will produce enough power to fully charge an E-bike battery during the cause of one sunny day.

In combination with a storage battery the Solar Bikeport will even provide enough electricity for a full charge if the sun does not shine. And we won't leave you in the dark – energy efficient 2 Watt LED lamps will provide enough light for unlocking your Bike or E-bike even at night.

If you are interested in the new Solar Bikeport, please contact us regarding pricing and delivery details.

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