Gallery: VIDEO: Portable Gadgets that Generate Renewable Energy


Ever wished you could charge your cell phones and laptop on the go – in your car, on a train, or just walking around? There are many new gadgets that have come on the market for mobile renewable energy: from solar gadget chargers, to kinetic energy chargers, to mini portable wind turbines. Check out this video to learn a bit more about some of the companies behind the most future-forward new mobile renewable energy devices.

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  1. lxtbattery October 27, 2011 at 4:07 am

    well, this topic is helpful to me.

  2. Inhabitat » APPLE... May 27, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    […] covered portable solar solutions in the past, but it’s big news when such a prominent player steps up to the plate – and who […]

  3. Oscar_he April 25, 2008 at 5:18 am

    I would like to open a green store in China and get some new information about green energy.I would be carrying some small things for personal or home use mostly.If Can I be a agent for some products?


    Oscar He

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    […] Portable green power sources are steadily gaining momentum as alternative energy tech gears up to help shoulder the strain of our overloaded energy grids. This recently released generator, dubbed the PowerCube 6000, is showing plenty of potential as an all-inclusive clean energy system. Whether you’re greening your home’s energy sources, preparing for an emergency, or opening up a Black Rock smoothie stand, the PowerCube offers an enticing (if expensive) way to break free from the grid. […]

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  8. Jessica L. Kaniuka March 13, 2008 at 3:09 pm

    I would like to open a green store in Portland, Maine and would love to hear more about new technology. I would be carrying small things for personal use mostly.


    J.L. Kaniuka

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