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Hong Kong Company Develops Solar-Powered Lightbulb

June 13th, 2010 06:01 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

hussain_mkj writes “A Hong Kong-based company, Nokero, has introduced what it claims is the world’s first solar powered lightbulb. Nokero is trying to replace traditional kerosene lamps in developing countries with its solar-powered N100 LED lightbulbs. The bulb is about the same size as normal incandescent bulbs, and will shine for two hours when charged for a day. The company claims that the new bulb is five times as bright as a kerosene lamp and uses 1/200th the energy. It will cost $15 for one and $480 for 48.”

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