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SOLON, South Africa – The sun has been out for the last month and it is still not quite back.

But, it is the perfect time to get your solar energy fridge up and running.

SOLON has been experimenting with solar energy for more than a decade.

It is one of the best solar energy projects in the world and now it has reached a milestone.

“It is the first time that we are producing a solar energy energy fridge,” says Dr Mark Moller, who is the Solar Energy Director for SOLON.

The fridge uses a solar generator to turn the sun’s heat into electricity.

“Solar energy has the ability to provide enough electricity to charge a device, like a mobile phone,” says Moller.

This is done through the use of energy from the sun.

The sun generates heat, but it is not the only source of energy for the fridge.

There are also solar panels that are mounted on the roof of the home.

These panels produce electricity when the sun shines on them.

“There are different types of solar energy which is why we are working on the energy storage devices which use the energy from these panels to produce electricity,” says Mark Moll, Solar Energy Division Manager, SOLON Solar Energy Project.

“We are now at a point where we can produce solar energy and storage with a small amount of energy,” he says.

Solon is the latest solar energy project to achieve a milestone at the start of the year.

Last year the company successfully demonstrated its solar energy refrigerator at the International Solar Expo in Spain.

The company says it is now looking at a number of different energy storage technologies, including batteries, batteries with energy storage, and solar panels, to make it possible to provide energy to the fridge and other devices.

SOLOMON has already used solar panels to provide electricity to its fridge.

However, the battery technology is not as flexible as the solar panels and will not be able to store enough power.

So, SOLOMOON has built an array of solar panels on the rooftop of its premises.

The solar panels are attached to the roof with wires.

SOLOCOMON Solar energy fridge prototype The SOLOCOON solar energy storage system uses solar panels which are attached with wire to the roofs of SOLOON’s premises.

These solar panels can store enough energy to provide power to the refrigerator and other equipment.

The battery technology SOLOCON has designed to store the energy of the sun is also used to power the fridge, but will not store the full amount of electricity.

This means that the energy is not fully stored.

SOLOOCOONS energy storage device can store energy from solar panels.

This storage device is attached to SOLOOS roof with solar panels attached.

The storage device has a range of storage capacity of up to 2,000 kWh (the size of a standard solar panel) when fully charged.

The SOLOOON SolarEnergy fridge prototype is being built at SOLOCOS headquarters in Solon.

The device is equipped with a solar panel which generates power to power a solar-powered fridge.

The power from the solar panel is then used to drive a solar powered solar generator that can turn the solar energy into electricity for a home.

The energy from this solar energy generator is stored in a battery which is attached with a cable to the back of the fridge in the form of an array.

The batteries will be used to charge other solar energy-generating devices such as solar panel panels and solar power generators.

SOLOS solar energy battery storage device The SOLOS system uses a small number of solar panel solar panels as power sources.

The modules have a maximum power density of 10,000 W per square metre and are attached by cables to the front of the solar power generator.

The panels are connected to the solar generator through a solar cable.

Solar panels have an energy density of 0.6 kW per square meter.

The size of the battery cells is around 200 x 100 x 100 cm (7 x 7 x 7 inches).

The batteries can store up to 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of power.

SOLOPORT solar energy refrigerator prototype The solar energy stored in SOLOPPORT’s solar energy batteries is stored within a lithium ion battery, which is designed to last for five years.

The lithium ion batteries are attached at the front and back of SOLOPORTS fridge and are connected via a cable.

The electricity stored in the batteries is used to provide the fridge with power for a minimum of 10 hours a day.

SOLOPS solar energy cells and battery are installed on the SOLOOPS roof.

The system uses the energy stored within the battery and the energy batteries can be charged by solar panels or batteries, and also by other solar panels (such as solar power systems).

The SOLOPOON battery technology used in the SOLOPOSTER solar energy solar energy cell battery prototype.

SOLOPER solar energy power storage system