November 11, 2009

Solar Power Case for Small Electronics

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Chinagrabber's Solar Power Case has a 2500mAh capacity integrated battery for charging phones, MP3 players or other small electronics. At a size of 136 x 93 x 35mm, the blue cover is designed for travel. After a full charge of 60 minutes, you can get about 100 minutes of talk time while charging at the same time. The case includes a USB connection and AC charger at a cost of $32.99.

Via Chinagrabber

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November 10, 2009

Samsung Blue Earth Incorporates Solar Charger

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Samsung has released the Blue Earth, an HSDPA loaded handset with an integrated solar charger. In addition, it has a 3" touchscreen, WiFi, GPS and a 3 megapixel cam. You will have to be on the other side of the pond to get one for now as it launched in Sweden with other European and Asian countries to follow.

Via Engadget Mobile

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October 29, 2009

ReNu Wins Best Design Award

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The product that won first prize at the recent Consumer Electronics Association i-Stage competition was the ReNu Solar Charger. Regen's slick-looking system consists of a freestanding power module with solar cells, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that powers up by day and an intelligent user interface. The panel will be available in February for $199.00 and can be used with Rengen's iPod Dock.

Via Rengen Living

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October 28, 2009

Dell Constructs Solar Grove

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Computer company Dell now has a solar shaded parking structure. Dubbed Solar Grove, Envision Solar and McBride Electric built a system that produces 130KW of power from 516 photovoltaic panels. The space is roomy enough for 50 cars and also houses 2 solar charging stations for vehicles. Dell hit its carbon neutral status last year in an effort to become "the greenest technology company on the planet."

Via energy matters

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October 27, 2009

Belfast Constructs Solar Car Chargers

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Northern Ireland is the proud owner of its first solar powered car charger. Located outside the Hilton Hotel in Belfast, the device can provide juice even on a cloudy day. The Cross Group has the franchise for the chargers and hopes that there will be many more of them in the next 5 years, when sales of electric cars will be on the rise. At a cost of £30,000 (~$49,000.00) apiece, we don't foresee them outside the local equivalent of a Motel 6.

Via Belfast Telegraph

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