These Hilarious Inflated Backpacks Are Actually Delivering Cheap Local Energy To The Rural Poor

    Mal Warwick Posted by Mal Warwick, writer.

    Mal Warwick is an ex-Peace Corps volunteer (Ecuador 1965–69) turned entrepreneur and impact investor who has championed social and environmental responsibility in the business community nationwide for more than two decades.



    These Hilarious Inflated Backpacks Are Actually Delivering Cheap Local Energy To The Rural Poor

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    This may be the most off-beat answer ever to the challenge of providing cheap energy for villagers around the world. It’s already in place in Ethiopia and Chile, and the inventor, a German graduate student named Katrin Puetz, has started a company to spread the idea worldwide. Thanks to Joanne Ritter, who passed along a link to this remarkable story from Fast Company.

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