Nokero in the News

Below is a selection of Nokero news and media coverage, with links where possible to the original stories. For general media inquiries and interview requests, contact: Erin Beck, Public Relations Representative,  erin@beckpublicrelations.com (+1-646-767-9678) 

CleanTechnica (Terri Steele): World’s Most Affordable Solar Light Bulb?

CleanTech Reporter (Terri Steele): World’s Most Affordable Solar Light Bulb?

Denver Business Journal (Heather Draper): Denver satellite patent office

Denver Post (Jason Blevins): Nokero Has Sold 1 Million Light Bulbs to Developing Countries

Denver Post (Thad Moore): U.S patent office opens in Denver, first location west of Mississippi

Department of Commerce BlogNew USPTO Office in Denver Will Spur Innovation and Accelerate Solving the World’s Problems

EarthTechling (Jason Ridge): World’s Most Affordable Solar Light Bulb

The Eco Report (Terri Steele): Nokero Introduces World’s Most Affordable Solar Light Bulb

EcoAvant (Joan Canela): Design for change (Diseño para un cambio)

EnGadget (Carlos Martinez): A Look at Nokero Solar Light Bulbs (Un vistazo a las bombillas solares de Nokero)

Forbes (Anne Fields): A Social Entrepreneur’s Inspiration For Solar-Powered Lighting

The Guardian (Charlotte Seager): Daily Digest – Social Enterprise Today

InHabitat (Lori Zimmer): Nokero’s Affordable New Solar Bulbs Can Even Charge Your Smart Phone

InnovatioNews: Nokero Marks More Than 1 Million Solar Light Bulbs Sold in World’s Developing Regions, Adds New Bulbs

Renewable Energy World (Terri Steele): 5 Energy Innovators Driving Personal Energy Independence

CNN

CNN Tech, by Jim Spellman
Aug. 15, 2011 - It started with such a simple concept: A solar light bulb that charges up during the day and lights the night when the sun sets... View Story on CNN.com
The Washington Post
Aug. 15, 2011 - Washington Post Innovations: "Solar light bulb sheds light on social entrepreneurship model" By Emi Kolawole Read Article
Huff Post Impact
November 9, 2012 - But there is a new light at the end of the tunnel. Through a partnership with Nokero, a Denver-based company whose name is short for "No Kerosene," ChildFund has launched the "Light to Learn" initiative.  Read the Article