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Susan

This is an excellent idea. But I would like to use it more for my mobile. Or if it could be used for making electricity for houses:-D we all would look like little rats in a wheels, which make electricity, only without a wheel :-D

PM

Everybody should learn about electric cars as a solution. It’s amazing how far the technology has come. One of the main electric car companies, Zap, has delivered over 100,000 EV’s. (source: zapworld.com). EV’s cost 1 to 3 cents per mile to run, compare that to regular cars!

NiraliSherni

LOL! Soon we shall have underwear powered bicycles or something! However, there is something in the market at the moment that is portable and that can be used to charge your gadgets like your cell phone, laptop, I pod etc. This universal battery charger i thought was a great idea!

steve

You wonder how long its going to be before everything goes critical! Wont be long befor we are mining our land fill sites for raw materials! - steve - www.ukengineeringrecruitment.net

The Rockman

I have heard a lot about this recently and am looking forward to the practical applications of such new technologies. Wouldn't it be cool to recharge an electrical car with the nano solar bots painted into the tinting on the windows!?! We are closer, every day, to the end of oil... the edge is looming. As soon as we're over the edge we'll be free to fly!

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Very interesting.

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Sergio Pereyra

Great one for me! I would go for it!! Summer is drawing to a close, but it's never too late to pick up a timeless dress! The Audrey Lacey Romance dress by Tt Collection is just lovely - it can be layered throughout colder seasons and flaunted solo all summer. Visit: http://www.ttcollection.com

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Rick L.

Power-generating clothes Rule.

Rick L.

Power-generating clothes who would have imagined, how time flies. Great Stuff, Thanks a bunch, Rick L.

Industrial LEDs

LEDs don't require very much power. You could power them with clothes. :)

md

are they machine washable?

AltE Sasch

The amount of electrical energy genetic by kinetic energy would have to be teeny, but for many small devices that's all you need to extend the battery charge. We at AltE already offer portable solar power solutions just for that need (charging iPods, cell phones, etc) using foldable, rollable and flexible thin film solar panels technologies.

AltE Sasch

The amount of electrical energy genetic by kinetic energy would have to be teeny, but for many small devices that's all you need to extend the battery charge. We at AltE already offer portable solar power solutions just for that need (charging iPods, cell phones, etc) using foldable, rollable and flexible thin film solar panels technologies.

Texas Electricity

I'll take on for my cell phone - It always seems to go out of juice when I need it.

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Some power-generating clothes who would have imagined, how time flies.

Really great post.

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oilfield equipment

new technology is so crazy. I would love to have something like this.

George Hine

I saw a solar hat already in mass production- they finally got rid of that goofy gadget look-
this one's kinda attractive, in fact. They show some lab video footage of efficency, also.

http://koolbreezesolarhat.com

Rick Lanese

Power Generation Clothes are the new wave of the future. I can't wait to try them on, I hope they make them in XXL. Thanks a bunch for the great post.

Power 4 Home

Is this for real? This would be brilliant if it became mainstream!

Richard

I wonder if having a solar-powered coat would make you some sort of plant. Better yet, is it possible to upgrade the military's suits into power generating ones? That would be so cool!! I mean, they could jump at any height, lift any object and stuff- all they need to do is let their clothes lay in the sun for at least 45 minutes. Hahaha!!

Richard

Or maybe a solar powered coat that could relieve stress. Anyway, I think this is great because we're able to bring alternative energy sources to another trend level- fashion trend. hehehe

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