Power Practical, a student startup that sprang from research at the University of Utah, is selling a portable cook pot that transforms heat and water into a power source. Imagine charging your cellphone or using speakers in the mountains at night far from civilization. That’s what the device, called the PowerPot, can do with just a campfire and a little water. Using thermoelectricity, the PowerPot...
There are a wide variety of circumstances, intentional or unintentional, that can lead to the same scenario; you have no access to electricity and your electronic device is in desperate need of charging. Whether you are camping in a remote location or enduring a city-wide power outage, lack of electricity can quickly leave you with no means to charge your cell phone or other devices. The remedy to this situation is the revolutionary new PowerPot, a portable electric generator that requires only water and a heat source to generate electricity.