I’m not a techie gadget geek at all. As long as a gadget does it’s job and looks cute, I’m a happy girl. Yes, I buy on cuteness as much as practicality. I’ve told you before that I can be a bit shallow, even when greening up my life. I’ve been focusing lately on little changes. Solio recently crossed my path of baby steps.
Plugging your cell phone, iPod or Nintendo ds into a mobile renewable energy source may seem like a small way to lighten your carbon footprint, but it can still make a difference for the planet and your electric bill. Did I mention how cute it is?
Solio is a carbon neutral gadget that provides a mobile renewable energy source. The company even plants trees to offset carbon emissions produced in creation of their products.
Here’s a quick look at all Solio has to offer:
I love what this company is doing to bring mobile renewable energy to people who need it most. They are part of an initiative to bring cell phones to Africa so residents in remote villages can call for help in a medical or other emergency.
Go with Solio on safari in Africa, where they support the Village Phone Program:
Want to see more cool mobile renewable energy gadgets? Here are a few that were featured at the Greener Gadgets Conference: