This has to be a first--watering your speaker to provide electricity? Well, that’s how the Stefanie Koehler ‘WaveTower’ works, quite literally.
The Stefanie Koehler ‘WaveTower’ is a sustainable speaker equipped with a fuel cell that runs on water. Created for the iPod, it is a stylish and eco-friendly alternative to what is currently on the market. Complementing any space, it will also save you serious moola.
The Stefanie Koehler 'Wavetower' Runs on Water
1. Sustainable Power Generation - Developing innovative products that generate power from sustainable sources such as water offers disruptive opportunities in the energy sector.
2. Eco-friendly Technology - Creating stylish and eco-friendly products such as sustainable speakers for gadgets can disrupt the consumer electronics industry while attracting the environmentally conscious consumers.
3. Fuel Cell Technology - Fuel cell technology that powers energy-efficient devices has disruptive potential to shift the power generation and distribution models in the traditional energy industry.
1. Consumer Electronics - Developing eco-friendly gadgets and accessories, such as sustainable speakers, presents a disruptive opportunity in the consumer electronics industry to attract eco-conscious customers.
2. Energy - Innovative sustainable technology, such as the Stefanie Koehler 'WaveTower', has the potential to disrupt the energy industry by creating alternative power generation methods.
3. Manufacturing - The development of new sustainable products, such as Stefanie Koehler's 'WaveTower', is an opportunity for the manufacturing industry to produce innovative and environmentally friendly products.