Nokero Launches the World’s Brightest All-in-One Solar Work Light

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The W100 is a powerful solar work light that was originally designed for artisan fishing communities to replace the traditional kerosene lanterns fishermen use to attract fish. It has become popular for other commercial applications in places needing durable, bright, prolonged light, such as rural clinics and street lighting.

With up to 12 hours of 300 lumen lighting output, the Workmate W100 is also perfect for outdoor community lighting. Its fully integrated design will provide years of bright, clean, renewable light in the harshest environments.

Colorado based Nokero will launch the W100, a powerful solar work light, on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22nd. The W100 was originally designed for artisan fishing communities to replace the traditional kerosene lanterns fishermen use to attract fish. It has become popular for other commercial applications in places needing durable, bright, prolonged light, such as rural clinics and street lighting.

The W100 has been successfully tested by night fishermen in Lake Victoria,Tanzania where kerosene lighting expenses typically account for 35% of their earnings. This is a huge increase to their personal income, not to mention the obvious environmental benefits. With up to 12 hours of 300 lumen lighting output, the W100 is also perfect for outdoor community lighting. Its fully integrated design will provide years of bright, clean, renewable light in the harshest environments. In fact, not only is the W100 completely submersible, it actually floats!

About Nokero

Nokero Solar delivers solar lighting solutions to families, businesses,NGOs and public agencies. The name Nokero originates from the phrase ‘No Kerosene’ – evoking its mission to replace harmful, polluting fuel with clean, safe, renewable energy solutions. Nokero is a privately held company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. See the light at http://www.Nokero.com

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