Writing for engineers sections F
In the wake of Hurricane sandy and other natural disasters a portable solar charged phone has been in demand. Our product the Solar Screen fills this void and offers a phone that does not need to be charged through the wall. This product creates an easier work environment in which there is no concern of being cut off in the middle of an important phone call as the result of a dead battery. This product will barely make a dent on the pockets of the consumer and will help the environment as it will not be wasting energy that is created through fossil fuels. This proposal will discuss the solar technology the layering of the solar screens, the cost effectiveness of the screen and the advantages of our product over the current technology.
Our company’s goal is to provide the technology, to absorb the infinite amount of energy the sun releases every day. This resource existent beyond ones imagination, instead of wasting electricity we can use a natural resource that provides infinite energy. We are also 'going green ' by helping lessen the amount of coal being burned, which cause’s air pollution. Our company’s main goal is provide the consumer with comfort, the ability to not worry about carrying chargers around or buying new ones. We want people to not worry about losing battery no more, because the sun is always an available source.
There comes a time when you are on an important phone call, and the battery is about to die, and unfortunately there is no chargers nearby. Sometimes the charger for your new phone is not available on the markets, and usually it is too expensive to constantly keep buying charges for the office, house, car etc. Now all you need to do is face your phone towards the sun and the charging begins. The most beneficial reason to have solar screen is because, no matter what phone you are using it can be charged with
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