The U.S. Army Research Development Engineering Command is currently seeking white papers on personal energy generators to power the soldiers of the future.
A new integrated cellphone/kinetic charger concept spins on your finger to recharge battery and disassembles easily at the end of its life.
Using kinetic power paired with the embodied energy of a spring, the Cyclus concept offers 30 minutes of green power for portables with a single twist.
Solar chargers offer a convenient form of off-grid energy for all your portables, and come in all shapes and sizes, suitable for different applications.
The Cycle Wheel Harness concept by Jinsik Kim and Boseung Seo turns the wheel of a bike into a generator via kinetic energy, suitable for device charging.
A new off grid charger system concept uses a tiny, collapsible turbine to generate juice for portables when immersed in moving water.
The TouchPot concept harvests kinetic energy via both breeze and the human touch to provide juice for portables and mood lighting after dark.