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Many people throughout the world have to deal with catastrophes.   Whether it is natural or man-created, both end in sudden calamities. Most calamities end in misfortune and sorrow. Natural disasters cause billions of dollars in damage to property each year, and unfortunately, they can also cost some people their lives. By being properly prepared for a natural disaster, you can protect your home, family, and property. Some examples of natural disasters include hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, fires, and floods.

These disasters often come without a warning. The aftermath can leave you cut off from the outside world for days. Emergency rescuers might be on the way to help but not all respond quickly and you may end up trapped for days. Having an emergency plan and a bug out bag will help you through almost every kind of crisis. It is essential to have the tools, materials, and skills that will not only ensure your survival but will keep your belongings and safety intact as well. A survival checklist might include water, food storage meals, local maps, first aid kit, dust masks, whistle, sleeping bags, flashlight, rope, tools such as pocketknife, ammunition such as a simple pistol etc. The most important thing, perhaps, that will come handy during an apocalypse is a fuel-less generator.

In the modern world, it is evident that an average person is dependent on electrical power. So what happens when it all goes dark? The batteries lack the capacity to power necessary devices like refrigerators. Moreover, they will only last for a limited amount of time. Generators, which are often loud and produce exhaust fumes, are dependent on fuel. They will provide power as long as they have access to fuel.


Many people now acknowledge access to a personal power source which can prove to be helpful during a disaster or after it, when public utilities go down for several days to months.  If you ever face a calamity, you will need a reasonable amount of power to get you through the crisis. This is where fuel-less generators will come in handy.

A fuel-less generator is basically a device that stores power and can be used to run any electrical device when needed. The reason the generator has the title “fuel-less” is because it only requires solar panels to produce electric power, unlike the other traditional generators which require fuel, such as gasoline, to work.

The rising and setting of the sun is extremely consistent. All across the world, we know exactly when it will rise and set every day of the year. While clouds may be a bit less predictable, we do also have fairly good seasonal and daily projections for the amount of sunlight that will be received in different locations. All in all, this makes solar power an extremely reliable source of energy. On top of the above reliability benefit, no one can go and buy the sun or turn sunlight into a monopoly. Combined with the simplicity of solar panels, this also provides the notable solar power advantage of energy security. Similar to the energy security boost, solar power provides the great benefit of energy independence. Again, the “fuel” for solar panels cannot be bought or monopolized. It is free for all to use at any time, and under any circumstances regardless of how much destruction has been caused.


These generators generate power without any noise and emission of harmful fumes. The ‘silent’ generation is accomplished using a solar panel, which stores the energy in the battery and can later provide a decent reserve.

Fuels-less generators are able to make use of solar energy to continually produce electric power. During an apocalypse when everything is destroyed and you have a limited, or no access to resources, a fuel-less generator will always prove to be useful.

Preparedness is something that is important for people who care about protecting their life, and the lives of those close to them in the face of a future that will forever remain a mystery. So preparing for an unpredictable future is very important.

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