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SAULT STE MARIE, ONTARIO, CANADA, January 30, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- After introducing their product nationwide on a product placement program VS Products Sault Ste Marie has been able to add multiple retailers in areas that benefit greatly from the units renewable energy capabilities, including hurricane-prone areas where emergency supplies are vital. The VS Products Inc is the worlds first portable renewable energy generator, allowing for cleaner and more affordable power sourcing. VSP North America has been an American-made business for over 12 years, with a strong focus on manufacturing quality and customer education in regards to renewable energy. John Von Stach, owner of VS Products Sault Ste Marie, believes strongly in the philosophy that clean-sourced and eco-friendly power should always be available for everyone. The VSP Generator can be connected to the grid to recharge and can also work in conjunction with solar paneling arrays. In addition to bringing renewable electricity to a wider range of homes in the U.S. and Canada, John Stach believes the VSP Generator model is portable and efficient enough to help in areas completely devoid of a grid power source, such as developing countries, portable hospitals, remote offices, and military camps on foreign soil. With an intense focus on innovation and quality product upgrades, VSP North America has hopes to continue their expansion into the energy market for a number of varied consumers, from residential users to overseas military operations. As a company that invents, patents, manufactures, and distributes all its own products, VS Products Sault Ste Marie is highly invested in both the quality and security of its generators. This move to expand their business further into hurricane and earthquake-prone territory is important for the future of disaster preparedness while keeping an eye on the ecological factors of using clean portable energy instead of diesel or gas.
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If you want to go solar partially, check out small-scale applications of solar power. You can do this two ways. The first is to look for window-mounted panels that can be used to charge your portable electronic devices. You might also find standalone solar powered equipment such as lanterns, camp stoves and more. Each solar option you choose is one you will not have to pay for on your electric statement.