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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Sunne – The Solar Light That Brings The Sun Indoors

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Today, solar is science. But why can’t energy be beautiful too?

Sunne is a self-powered solar light that captures, stores and produces light indoors.

By day, it harvests energy from the sun while it hangs by your window; at night, it brings sunlight into your home.

Hang Sunne in front of your window and it will naturally harvest energy from the sun and store it in its integrated battery. As the evening gets darker, Sunne’s light will start to glow.

Solar is becoming our planet’s cheapest source of energy and it will play a vital role in fighting our climate crisis.

Solar technology has come a long way since the blue roof panelling we all know: Through innovative solar design, we can weave energy into buildings and objects to increase their functionality and transform how they look.

Sunne’s modern solar design combines art, sustainability and technology to create the indoor light of the future.

This Kickstarter marks the launch of a new global brand – buy Sunne to join our solar movement.

As of March 4th, this project has raised $75,000 of their $71,737 goal. This project has 27 days left to raise as much as it can.  For a pledge of $18, you will get sunscreen.  For a pledge of $897, you will get one Sunne solar light.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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