CES 2010 - Sungen Making Portable Solar Power Easy


Photos via Jaymi Heimbuch

Sungen International Limited is a company putting solar power in all sorts of places that make it easy to access solar wherever you are. Pictured above is one of their foldable gadget chargers, which charges to full in about 18-25 hours of sunlight. But it's just a tiny taste of what the company has available. Sungen has some handy products for portable solar that go far beyond gadgets, including a charging kit for powering RV refrigerators and other larger appliances. From solar lighting to DC solar power systems capable of 70Watts, the company is helping make off-grid power accessible.

They're one of a surprisingly small handful of companies focuses specifically on solar power solutions here at CES.

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