With Solar Paper, charging on-the-go has just become truly portable

With the advent of ground-breaking and cost-decimating progress in solar cell manufacture about five years ago, this form of clean and renewable energy has truly come into its own this decade. The newest iteration in this trend is Solar Paper, a solar charging that fits between the pages of a book.

It's hard to admit, but just as hard to objectively deny, that convenience has been a major obstacle on the road to adopting renewable energy. Heavy, rigid, large solar chargers don't get carried around—leaving people to rely on less-eco-friendly batteries for their portable power. Solar Paper's size and weight keep clean energy convenient, and will likely lead to more people adopting the power.

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