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Let there be plenty of light (no outlet needed)

Firm explores using stored solar power to create electricity

By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / May 26, 2005

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LOWELL -- Imagine you're camping in the wilderness for a couple of weeks with a digital camera, a flashlight, and a cell phone, all powered by light. In the evenings, you read by lamplight inside the tent. There's no nearby electrical outlet and no power cord snaking across the ground. The energy source is woven into the fabric of your ... (Full article: 790 words)

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