Plug 'n Save Energy Products announces the launch of its latest product, the PV Solar Shutter Retro-Fit, a way to add PV cells to existing plantation shutters.
SAN DIEGO, CA - Plug 'n Save Energy Products announced the launch of its latest product, the PV Solar Shutter Retro-Fit, a way to add PV cells to existing plantation shutters. "Shutters are major investment for most people and many already have shutter. We needed to find an easy way for those people, ones who have shutters in their homes, to produce their own power" said David Curran, Plug ‘n Save Energy Products COO and product co-inventor. "This addition to our line of renewable energy producing shutters makes it possible for even more people to combines the energy efficient properties of a shutter with the ability to produce personal power."
Shutter owners can send their shutters to the factory. They get their shutters back with PV cells embedded in the louvers and wired to produce power. Like The PV Solar Shutters, the Retro-Fit pack keeps the shutter portable and install like a conventional window covering so they can be used in those places not historically suitable for solar installations: condos, apartments, office buildings, and rental units.
Plug 'n Save Energy Products is a San Diego based company that is committed to Deep Green products, operations, and practices. Environmental protection and social commitment are at the strategic center of the organization. The company believes in giving back and is an enthusiastic member of the 1% for the Planet Program. As part of that program, Plug 'n Save has committed to donating 1% of all sales to environmentally focused nonprofits.
The PV Solar Shutter Retro-Fit by Plug ‘n Save Energy Products is the second in a series of sustainable, life friendly, energy products and solutions designed to make personal power production from renewable source more accessible.
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