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Wall Street Journal – Solar Cow Project

By 2019년 January 21일 NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, PRESS, PRESS, PRESS, PRESS, PRESS No Comments
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At CES, Wall Street Journal covered the innovative solution that can stop the Child Labor and bring kids to school: Solar Cow project

Find out more: https://youtu.be/OtgSM-r9VhA?t=153
Solar Cow got CES Innovation Award 2019 under “Tech for Better World” category.
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The Solar Cow system is simple: A large solar panel charges a large battery that charges a number of detachable portable batteries, designed to look like udders hanging off the underside of the artificial beast. Its maker Yolk is a South Korean startup aimed at developing renewable-energy products while also addressing humanitarian needs. It hopes to install these cows at schools, particularly in Africa, to encourage families to allow their children to come to the classroom. Often, family members must travel many hours, several times a week, to a charging shop to get juice for their phones. Yolk says each portable battery, which it calls Power Milk—because cow!—contains enough electricity to meet most of an average household’s electricity needs.

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