A new product uses a PV solar panel connected to indoor LED lights to simulate the daylighting effects of a skylight, without requiring users to cut a hole in the roof.
The LightCap300 is solar lantern that stores up to eight hours of light on a single charge, while doubling as a BPA-free water bottle and waterproof container to store your valuables on camping and river trips.
Electric Motors of Springfield (ECOS) is now taking reservations for the Harbinger, a European-styled electric super car that gets from 0-60 in under six seconds and has a top speed of 117 MPH.
A lightweight new scooter offers a top speed of 21 MPH and a 20 mile range powered by a single canister of propane sold at most hardware and camping stores.
Cell towers in southern California will soon serve as a testing ground for small mounted wind turbines which not only power the towers, but also potentially put energy back into the grid.
The new Kill-A-Watt Graphic Interface gadget power monitor doubles as a surge protector and a programmable appliance timer, allowing users to control how much energy is consumed by a given device.
A new solar charger concept design by a Tokyo-based designer folds out to form a photo-voltaic “flower” for charging an iPhone, then folds up to form a phone stand.