I have a question about smaller solar electronics. I was looking into the logitech wireless solar keyboard, but I am a little concerned that there wont be enough light in my office for it to work correctly. How does indoor light work to power something like a keyboard?
i to received a "credit" on my electric bill in june. however, this credit was paid at about 5 cents per kilowatt, as opposed to the near 13 cents i pay per kilowatt when i need to buy electricity. i asked if i could just keep my excess energy and use it when i need it and not receive a "Credit". the answer for altantic city electric, "no you can't but you can change your anniversary date...to defray cost on a different month."( if you don't understand this don't worry, neither did i)what are your thoughts on this and is there anything i can do to "keep" my excess energy that my system generates. by the way, i live in south jersey. thanks in advance for any advice you may provide.maryann mcafeeseaville nj
Maryann, I don't know the exact figures anymore but I don't get credited for power at the same rate I pay for it, either. Don't seem right!
Jen, I don't know too much about such things. I'd guess that they'll work. I always wonder if it makes sense to pay generate light and then use that light to power my solar calculator. Might not be too efficient...
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