Solar energy website
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I am looking for someone to design a website for me with flash animation, there are a total of 4 flash animation that will display how my three solar products work,
First animation is a house connected to powerlines, showing the power moving fast from the electric post to the house and through the lights and sockets, The sun rises and the solar panels start to charge a battery, once the battery is full the power is then redirected back to the fuse box, power from the the grid is slowed and power out of the fuse box is provided by both the grid and the solar panels, nightime comes and then the solar panels stop producing, the lights in the house is then provided by the batteries and the sockets from the grid but the power is still alot slower than normal,Then there is power outage from the grid but the lights remain on.
2nd animation is a simple solar hotwater heater, that heats during sunlight and used on demand showing shower and taps running hotwater.
3rd animation is is combining the first two projects for solar panels and solar hotwater.
The 4th Animation will show a warehouse not located near power, building powerlines poles to the project show it cost alot, every pole is a charge, money droping sound, then showing to provide power installing solar panels and lighting the warehouse with offices without the need to pay for grid connection, also showing solar hotwater installation.
I have started buildng the content at [url removed, login to view] but only started this yesterday.
A full website design is needed,
It is important to show not a glorious sunny day, better showing cloud and ran as the system works even on rainy days.
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