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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. (AP) — Cape May Technical High School teacher Joseph Schmidt calls it the "ultimate solar-powered tailgater," but you probably haven't seen one yet in the parking lot before a football game. It starts with a solar panel on a cart, which feeds into batteries and electrical inverters before powering a Coleman stove and a small refrigerator. Elijah Gandy, 17, a senior...

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