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  1. Charles Allen

    Before moving to Granada, I heard of the energy problems in the country, so I brought 5 different types of smaller room lights to keep my home light and able to do my work. After living here for some time, I recognized the lack, or dependency upon flashlights, so I ordered a crate of a very light “lights” that can be hung anywhere. They are solar and charged in 4 hours and last 8 to 16 hours a day depending on the level your use – medium, higher or emergency. They can last as long as 5 years; portable, very light and can be folded up. I purchase the cheapest light that is very durable, but after taxes and customs I sell them for 500 cortabas each and they can solve the problem of room light for many families.

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