by LaMar, Survival Blog:
The majority of the U.S. population lives in a city or suburbs connected to a city and is completely reliant on grid power from coal, hydro, or natural gas power plants. In the event of a national or local disaster, regardless of the cause, the electricity system is the weakest link. Without power almost nothing else in a city or town will work. These disasters may be of short- or long-term duration, but depending on the weather and medical needs of your family going without power for even a short time could cause great hardship and even death. In this article I want to explain how you can set up a small affordable survival solar electric system, so that in the event of a disaster you would still have power for basic appliances, recharging phones, tools, and lights for security.
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