SolarKiosk uses solar energy to to power up; works as a power center for developing areas
Solar energy has long been hailed as one of the best ways to light up the lives of those who live away from electricity grids. Keeping just that in mind, the world’s first SolarKiosk was officially unveiled at Lake Langano, Ethiopia, designed by Graft architects in Germany. With solar panels attached to the top, the SolarKiosk concept provides its surrounding neighborhood with energy to power up mobile phones, rejoice car batteries, laptop batteries, solar powered refrigerators and solar powered lighting solutions. And that’s not all. Locals will also have access to purchasable solar lanterns, mobile phones, recharge cards and refreshments too, making the SolarKiosk more than just an energy hub for developing countries.