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VIDEO: Portable Gadgets that Generate Renewable Energy
Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On July 7, 2011 @ 12:00 am In green gadgets,Green Products,Greener Gadgets,Interviews,Renewable Energy,Video | 8 Comments
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.
Our next video installment from the Greener Gadgets Conference  features Katie Fehrenbacher (yes, my younger sister and Earth2Tech  editor extraordinaire) hosting a panel discussion about the potential of new portable renewable energy technology. Featuring green-tech entrepreneurs from M2E (kinetic energy), HyMini  (mini wind chargers), Solio (portable solar chargers), Boston Power  (long-life batteries), and MTI (fuel cells), it’s a great discussion about how to power mobility, and how to make gadgets more portable and eco-friendly.
Watch the video above and check out all our other footage from Greener Gadgets here >> 
Full-length version of the Mobile Renewable Energy panel discussion can be seen here >> 
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URLs in this post:
 just walking around: http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/01/17/charge-your-cellphone-just-by-moving-with-m2e-kinetic-power/
 mini portable wind turbines: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/11/28/hymini-tiny-wind-power-charger/
 Greener Gadgets Conference: http://www.inhabitat.com/category/greener-gadgets/
 Earth2Tech: http://earth2tech.com/
 HyMini: http://hymini.com/
 Solio : http://www.solio.com/charger/
 Boston Power: http://www.boston-power.com/
 MTI : http://www.mtimicrofuelcells.com/
 Mobile Renewable Energy panel discussion can be seen here >>: http://sandbox.scribemedia.net/2008/03/06/renew/
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