is a self proclaimed think tank providing sustainable energy to areas where electricity is limited or impossible. According to their website, "a third of the world's population are without basic power or lighting. Over one third are illiterate." With their products, they believe communication will improve and lighting will offer better opportunities for employment and literacy.
Makes sense. Many of the kids in developing countries are unable to complete homework or study at home because of lack of light. With sustainable energy, opportunities would grow exponentially.
Their sunstorm power charger provides mobile power for cell phone users and can completely charge a phone in less than an hour. This charger is also able to work under extreme heat - which is vital in most of the developing areas. There's also a hat charger - complete with optional company branding as well as a power lock - allowing the owner to leave the charger out in the sun all day (there's a picture of the lock around a bike's midsection). What was most interesting to me though was the sunstorm book light powered from the sunstorm charger. Of course, this would
build literacy options within developing countries. There's also a flashlight and room-light available through the sunstorm charger.
Through direct shipment and employment opportunities, Renewit seems to be supplying the world with sustainable and personal energy solutions.