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    What is a Watt Hour?

    April 1, 2016

    By Martin Camacho As you may have noticed, we use Watt Hours to explain the capacity of most of our products. For many of us, a Watt Hour isn’t something all that familiar. So, here’s a brief explanation of what it is. A Watt Hour is a unit of measurement for power over a period of time (an hour),...

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    Hidden Mountains | Alaska

    March 25, 2016

    Uyuraq, North Ridge; Exploration | By Zach Clanton This expedition had its beginnings in 2013, while I completed a 21-day snowboarding and climbing trip in the Tordrillo Mountains. During an initial recon flight and subsequent ground travel in this range, I became increasingly aware of its alpine rock climbing potential as we walked past beautiful orange granite. It was...

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    Solar Ratings Explained

    February 26, 2016

    By David Rosner Solar power is quickly emerging from the black smoke of the energy sector. It is becoming imperative that we see this growing technology less as a magic sun scoop and more as a realistic power production tool that meets real world expectations. The current disconnect between what we think solar does and what it actually does...

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