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How To Take Advantage Of Solar Energy

People are moving away from fossil fuels to power their homes and lives.Solar energy is popular as a huge role in the foreseeable future.The following article will give you valuable insight on how to get started. Start small when you begin using solar energy. You can find these at large retailers and national chain stores. They are as easy to install. To maximize the effectiveness of your solar panels, go for installations that use technology not directly reliant on the sun's schedule. This can help if you use electricity at night. If you cannot afford a full-scale solar energy system, check out smaller-scale solar power applications. There are a couple of ways you can go about this. The first is to look for window-mounted panels that you can recharge small electronics like phones and tablets and remote controls. The second way is to use solar-powered camping supplies. Every little device you do will shave a bit from your energy bill that much cheaper. Direct sunlight and a certain

TK 1,100cr Eorange Scam: Blame-shifting fails

Truth always emerges. This is what Eorange's top brass, one of many Evaly imitators, recently discovered. After a torrent of complaints from customers and vendors about unfulfilled orders, dues amounts to Tk 1,100 million, the walls began to close in on the fraudulent e-commerce platform. It conveniently blamed its former chief operating office, seven vendors, and three other people. Eorange, where Sohel Rana, an absconding police officer, is a director claims that the 11 had embezzled Tk 6.63 crore. This meant customers couldn't get their products back or get refunds, and merchants couldn't get their dues. However, detectives discovered that they were wrongfully accused after a primary investigation. Md Amanullah Chowdhury was appointed Eorange's Chief Operating Officer in July. She filed a case against Md Nazmul Alam Russel (the former COO of the two year-old ecommerce platform), seven vendors, and three other people at the Tejgaon Industral Area Police