Nokero solar lights could replace the need for dirty and expensive electricity generation

Nokero solar lights take the place of kerosene lamps and similar lighting options in developing nations.

In countries without an established power grid, people who want light after sundown use kerosene lamps, gasoline-powered generators and fire. Such lights offer poor illumination and are less than friendly to the environment. Nokero has developed a solar-powered light bulb for such regions that charges through the day and shines through the night.

The Nokero N220 solar light bulb hangs from most surfaces and has a solar panel at the bottom. The solar energy it gathers is converted into chemical energy in two rechargeable AA batteries, enough to light the bulb for three hours on high illumination and eight on low. The batteries last for two years.

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