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Solar Plant Charges Electronic Gadgets

Solar Plant Charges Electronic Gadgets
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Solar Plant is a charger that converts sunlight into electrical energy to power gadgets.

Naresh Kumar
  • 18 march 2010

Designer Ku Bon-Seop of South Korea has created the Solar Plant, a flowerpot shaped charger, which uses sunlight to charge portable gadgets.

The ‘Plant’ has a set of solar panels mounted on its top which convert sunlight into electrical energy.

With a simple design, and a small footprint, the Solar Plant could prove to be an easy and useful way to cut back on energy consumption from the grid.

[Greendiary via Inhabitat]

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