Project data
Authors Kili
Status Designed
Completed 2011
Made? No
Cost USD 115
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Type Project
Keywords Solar panel, solar charger, portable solar charger, DC devices, solar energy, backpack
SDG Sustainable Development Goals SDG07 Affordable and clean energy
SDG08 Decent work and economic growth
SDG09 Industry innovation and infrastructure
SDG11 Sustainable cities and communities
SDG12 Responsible consumption and production
SDG13 Climate action
Authors Christopher Sam
Megan Moore
Published 2011
License CC-BY-SA-3.0
Language English (en)
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SunnyBag is a project that aims to deliver mobile solar energy to various low power dc devices like all standard Smartphones, cell phones, mp3 players, digital cameras, iPads (in Standby mode), etc.

This is a good innovation because of the mobile nature of sucking the solar energy combined with the mobile nature of the devices intended to be powered.

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The material of the backpack is made from a particularly robust "renewable sourced polymer" called Sorona® by DuPont, which consists of corn starch – not mineral oil.

Flexible, off-grid solar unit on the backpack, which can also be removed and attached to other backpacks and bags.

A Smartphone pocket on the shoulder strap with an integrated charging unit. Therefore, the electricity generated by the solar unit flows directly to the Smartphone on the shoulder strap.

An Integrated lithium polymer battery with USB Output with a capacity of 7,4 Wh capable of charging all standard Smartphones, cell phones, mp3 players, digital cameras, iPads (in Standby mode), etc.

More than 20 compartments suitable for storing a laptop, iPad, Smartphone, notebook, pen and other accessories.

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