Amos is a 33 year old security officer working in Nairobi, Kenya. He’ll be seeing whether solar mobile charging is a practical option for his everyday life.
Petteri will be sailing on the Baltic sea during July and he’ll be reporting on how solar charging works as the primary energy source for maintaining communications at sea.
Aino is a 16-year old girl scout and she’s going to test the limits of mobile solar charging in a massive scout camp during this summer.
Ilkka Syvänperä is a research technician at the University of Turku Research Station in Utsjoki, in northern Finland. He’s exploring the possibilities of using a solar powered mobile phone during the summer time, when the sun doesn’t set for more than two months.
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After four months, our solar charging project has come to an end. In that time we’ve collected huge amounts of invaluable data from places as far apart as the Arctic and Kenya. We already knew that for solar charging to…
If you’re reading this, the likelihood is that you’re already excited. Either by the prospect of a solar powered mobile phone or by solar power in general. We totally understand. Those things excite us, too. But they’re not the only reasons why this three month long adventure should have you on the edge of your seat. Here’s five more.