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Manning various Sungevity booths, I can’t help but notice the buzz two solar products were making among attendees and how a third product is poised to come through like a solar storm.

The first was the Sungevity branded Juice Bag. The Juice Bags can charge your cell phone, GPS or iPOD among other things, plus they are really great looking. Talk about killing phantom loads when all you have to do is plug your phone into your bag!


The next is the portable solar charger, the Solio. The small Solio can conveniently charge your phone, GPS, camera or Mp3 player (it works with over 3200 devices) AND fit in your pocket!


Finally, one more product that is just starting to make a buzz is our glow in the dark “Solar on the White House” t-shirts! Our Solar on the White House campaign is creating quite a stir, and people who want to get involved can get one of these shirts. Go to Solaronthewhitehouse.com to see how!


-Nat Smith

Posted by Danny Kennedy

Danny Kennedy co-founded Sungevity and now serves as strategic advisor. He is an internationally recognized opinion leader on climate and energy issues. He is the author of Rooftop Revolution: How Solar Power Can Save Our Economy - and Planet - from Dirty Energy (2012), a book that has been described as the clean energy manifesto for the next greatest generation.

One Comment

  1. Kinda’ bummed. But not surprised. I bought one of those sungevity juice bags at a garage sale for ten bucks. The guy told me that it would charge my i phone. So I finally went out and got a car charger to usb adapter and it didn’t work.Unable to support this charging device it said.
    Same adapter worked in the vehicle to charge, but not when I plugged it into the bag. Even on a bright sunny day. I was so stoked too!
    Any ideas as to how to make it work?
    Bummed in the sun.

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