Solar Pebble Acts As Light Source And Power Hub

Solar Pebble Acts As Light Source And Power Hub
Design

Solar Pebble is a lamp and a charger which is powered by batteries that can be charged from the sun's energy.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 april 2010

Designer Adam Robinson has created a solar powered lamp called the Solar Pebble, which could be extremely beneficial for people living in poor countries, who face a shortage of electricity. The Solar Pebble has an LED light which is powered by batteries that can be charged from sun’s energy through a small solar panel. The device also doubles up as a charger for cell phones and other gadgets. It is projected to be used in rural Africa, where it can replace kerosene lamps in homes.

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