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Above: The interior of Jon Haeme’s solar-power workshop. Note the battery box in the rear.
Portable Solar-Powered Workshop Jon Haeme
Aportable solar-powered workshop is a dream come true for me. It started back in the late ‘70s when I began collecting tools. I was inspired by the writings of J. Baldwin and Stewart Brand and began collecting appropriate tools to build the future. Over the years, my tool collection has outgrown my storage capacity. I run a one-man home improvement business, so a mobile workshop looked like a good idea.
24 Home Power #47 • June / July 1995
©1995 Jon Haeme
In the fall of 1990, I bought a 20 foot enclosed cargo trailer and set up my shop in it. This allows me to take my whole shop to a work site and keep everything organized and protected. The following summer I was working at the home of Bill Becker, a teacher of design at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Bill turned me on to the idea of putting solar power to work on my trailer. It sounded good, but I didn’t know much about it. He loaned me an old Real Goods Sourcebook in which I found out about Home Power. I subscribed right away. I soon was hooked on solar.
Bill put me in touch with Rick Lewandowski of Sunwize Energy Systems. I started out by purchasing two Solarex 60 Watt unframed laminates. Then upon learning of my home improvement skills, Rick
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