SolarRev Generator ChargingCore Power Station will soon be powering the Philippine Naval Forces

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PH Navy Solar Project: A made in the Philippines SolarRev Generator ChargingCore Power Station will soon be powering the Philippine Naval Forces around the country together with Calriger Technologies SolarRev Generator making workshop, all interested people are welcome by the Philippine Navy to attend the said workshop.

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35482281_246033262836610_5361310029515325440_nPortable SOLARREV ChargingCore Power Station for Military Vehicles, a proven useful technology in offgrid missions. Possible to be loaded in Military Vehicles

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The SolarRev Gen S1 units with training kit will soon be deployed to Civil Military Operation Group PN (CMOG PN) to help them in their offgrid missions.

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During the conference meeting, it was highlighted that the said SolarRev Generator is proven to be helpful in military operations because of its being portable, handy and it has various charging features that can help in charging mobile devices, gps phones, Radio Communication devices and many more.

SolarRev Gen S1 capabilities

Overheard in the meeting was the discussion of Navy Officer from Fort Bonifacio and Calriger SolarRev Ceo:  The good thing about Calriger Technologies is the fact that they are willing to share to the Philippines the blueprint of their invention the SolarRev Generator without any cost and give interested people free seminars and lectures on how to make your own version of the SolarRev Generator and all lectures and seminars are for free, a good thing that Filipino people should do to improve skills and education of the Filipino people.

SolarRev at JTFNCR10

 

Support made in the Philippines SolarRev Technology for the Filipino People.

SolarRev in your hands

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