Gogoro unveils new home battery charger for electric scooters – sets sight on your city

January 5, 2016 by  
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Gogoro’s battery-swapping electric Smartscooters are enormously popular in Taiwan, set to launch in Amsterdam this year, and they could be coming soon to a city near you. To help spur their uptake, Gogoro just unveiled a new GoCharger at CES that lets you charge up Smartscooter batteries at your home. (Previously, users only had the option of finding a battery bank and switching out their batteries there.) This new initiative not only makes users more independent, but batteries placed in the GoCharger connect with the consumer’s smartphone. This makes it easy to track charge levels and rates, monitor battery health, and it’s also possible to receive charging notifications. Read the rest of Gogoro unveils new home battery charger for electric scooters – sets sight on your city

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Eco Tech: Inka Sun Curve closed-loop ‘micro-farm’ runs on solar and wind energy

November 19, 2009 by  
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Eco Gadgets: Solar- and wind-powered vertical farm. Inka Biospheric Systems has developed a completely integrated, closed loop “micro-farm” that runs on solar and wind energy and can be used to grow grasses, fruits and even vegetables on a vertical “bio-quilt.” Dubbed Inka Sun Curve , the system requires no soil, as seedlings are grown using aquaponic food-growing technology. The Sun Curve is equipped with a fish tank that provides all the nutrients that the plants need in the form of fish poop.

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