April 9, 2012
By Yessenia Anderson
ASHLAND, Ore. — The suns rays will power the products in a new local business and that solar power is available on the go.
Solar Styles opened its door just this past Friday. The products can power things as large as a big screen TV and as small as a cell phone.
The solar pads take in the suns rays and can store the energy for up to thirty days. Big lifesavers like solar emergency power generators are also available in the event of grid failure.
“They always think they have to buy the big arrays for the invertors and its kind of costly and its time consuming as well so to have these smaller units is a plus,” says Solar Styles Owner Neil Phelps.
The shop is open Tuesday through Saturday in downtown Ashland.