Clever Infinite Light Turns a Recycled Plastic Bottle Into a Solar Lamp

by , 06/18/14

Infinite Light, Designnobis, solar power, green lighting, sustainable design, green design, solar lamp, off-grid lighting, social responsibility

Millions of people around the world live without access to electricity – and upon nightfall, many families are forced to use dangerous and expensive kerosene lamps. The Infinite Light is a high quality and cost-effective solar lamp designed to be used in rural off-grid areas. The simple solution consists of a flexible solar panel and batteries stored within a recycled PET bottle. Designed by Dr. Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis, the Infinite Light was honored with a 2013 Green Dot Award.

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