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Emergency Solar Backup

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Goal Zero, used victims of Superstorm Sandy to test their products.
. . . Since victims needed power for
. . . . . . cell phone chargers,
. . . . . . generators, and
. . . . . . working lights, among many other devices, the company used the
. . . Yeti 1250 to provide backup power during the emergency, cost $1,800.-.

People lacked food, supplies, and basic communication devices
. . . to coordinate and contact loved ones, and the
. . . Yeti 1250 was able to provide all of these
. . . to those affected by the superstorm.
Goal Zero plans to release the even more efficient

. . . Yeti 150 later in 2013 and the generator will cost approximately $400.

Source: goal-zero  Yeti 150



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