Carrying Power – Solar Power On The Go


Noon Solar Video You can purchase Noon Solar bags at Pivot Boutique www.pivotboutique.com If you are looking for cutting-edge fashion or eco-friendly fabrics and designs – you’ll find both at Pivot. Stylish and sustainable can co-exist. www.noonsolar.com Produced by Robert Aquilar and Dorothee Royal-Hedinger (of the video magazine GET FRESH CUT) with animation by Arthur Jones. getfreshcut.com

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  1. #1 by junkie4vids at April 24th, 2008

    For people who live in the cold climates, do you have solar-power-heated underwear?

  2. #2 by bmxky at April 25th, 2008

    how often to people expose there bag to the sun?

  3. #3 by kevinthinks at April 26th, 2008

    Great idea, great video.

    -Kevin Morrow

  4. #4 by instante101 at April 27th, 2008

    Soo…. with around 12 Mj/M^2 a day in a temparate/arid climate, and a panel size of 0.09M^2, and assuming an exposure of 12.5 J/s…. How many years will it take to pay off the energy used in making the bag?

  5. #5 by christopheros at April 27th, 2008

    They’ll have to get back to you on that.

  6. #6 by DBP1976 at April 28th, 2008

    She says “Can we consume so we don’t kill everything?”… Also, “The sun hits everywhere in the world” …How eloquent! Sounds like a liberal eight year old. I guess they’re going to save the world with their purse … and women say men are stupid. Putting a solar cell on a purse isn’t like their trying to cure cancer. Sheesh!

  7. #7 by pcmuscle at April 28th, 2008

    Hey people, at the very least, the ladies are doing something about this global problem by letting their creative ideas flow. By just using our computers, we are already adding to the problem. What are the rest of us doing about it? The least the rest of us can do is support those who are doing something, no matter how small or outrageous it may be.

  8. #8 by Cameronx at May 1st, 2008

    They also said “it’s one little step to get off the grid”. I don’t hear these 2 women or any other women calling men stupid. The Eco difference of this application is small and more just a convenience. The idea of improving everyday items in a green way is very good.

  9. #9 by noliketoregister at May 4th, 2008

    “If at first, the idea is not absurd, there is no hope for it.” — Albert Einstein.

  10. #10 by greengrassofhome at May 7th, 2008

    Doesn’t the ag become too hot to touch and irritating to carry around, especially in summer, when the bag is most useful cos there is most sun? Dunno. just asking.

  11. #11 by CapitanoGUC at May 8th, 2008

    wow – hight tech hippys …:)

  12. #12 by Galexia99 at May 8th, 2008

    This is a great idea! To have your own traveling energy source is very cutting edge. How exactly does the battery source hook up with and cost of the solar Panel ? Its great that you are recycling old purses but to make more desireable maybe redye the whole purse or use organic fabric sources and give that less old used purse look. I can’t believe how these guys are jealous and demeaning to 2 women who are technologically innovative. JOIN THE 21ST CENTURY OR FEMALES WILL CRUSH YOU. Sale ebay.

  13. #13 by Specter00013 at May 22nd, 2008

    theres already this technology out there, and probably cheaper than what they’re selling it for. you can buy a solar panel to charge your car battery for like $30. so it would be interesting to see what they want for the bags. just marketing for their pocket imo.

  14. #14 by ogicabp4u at June 10th, 2008

    Love it…absolutely love it. Can you post more material…what about laptop bags? What about flexible solar panels for attachment to electric bikes to help trickle charge them?

    Execellent. This is the type of green attitude will work…it adds to people convienence not detracts from it!

  15. #15 by WakingMindsDOTorg at June 14th, 2008

    Basically Trying to Converge The Digital Scene with the Sustainability/Green Scene.

    Anyone into this sort of thing?

    check it: WakingMinds . Org

  16. #16 by str8cognac at June 19th, 2008

    very good… they should make solar power bookbags or wallets something for the male agenda, althought both males and females use bookbags… bookbags would be great i think people use them more.

  17. #17 by london1817 at July 20th, 2008

    Great idea!!!!!!!

  18. #18 by agrosatva at July 21st, 2008

    Look at LDK Solar, they will be the largest solar ingot manufacturer in the world. The company is based in China and will produce 16,000 MT by 2009. They are hugely undervalued! LDK will go to $160 by end of 2009. Currently $35 a share. They are bringing the cost of solar down. Invest and make money, Invest and help LDK win against the big OIL MAFIA

  19. #19 by btigtime2 at July 25th, 2008

    Great Idea, have you thought about a photgraph bags and hiking backpacks… Charging up Camera batteries is a must in woods and jungles.

    Where do the Flexable Solarpanels come from?

  20. #20 by ghgaudit at July 25th, 2008

    Great idea. Check out there new website and summer collection.

  21. #21 by shahadatx at August 6th, 2008

    DAT is frekign great idea .. GOOD works.

  22. #22 by edstar83 at February 26th, 2009

    nice

  23. #23 by CreamyButtMaggot at April 23rd, 2009

    This is the stiffest cunt I ever saw.

  24. #24 by TheAkb10 at June 18th, 2009

    Be smart – don’t pay any more electricity bills. more info: solar.xfollow.me (Copy to your browser’s address bar)

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    Hey, check out my website at ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com and get all the new and improved Equipments to build or buy your own solar and wind energy systems ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com is a website that sells the most modern environmental products available

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