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Interview With Tony Momoh From Echarger from Life Goggles

Interview With Tony Momoh From Echarger

August 12, 2008 · Written by Adam
Solar charging has been getting cheaper and consequently more popular, aims to make solar charging affordable to everyone. Life Goggles spoke to it founder, Tony Momoh.

Tell us about how Echarger got started and your involvement in it? Echarger started five years ago coming from African roots we have a big issue with power shortage. I started researching of ways to help my people try and find a way they can use alternative energy to charge certain appliances. The idea got so big that it was too much juggling work and doing research at the same time. Then four years ago my mum passed away, God bless her soul, and I had to go home for the funeral which was hard to deal with it. We arrived at the airport and the light was taken off as we arrived we had to wait 10- 15mins before the power generator came on.

Everyone had mobile phones but had to go outside and pay some dude a certain amount e.g 50pence for 30mins to charger their mobile phone - what a joke. I made a effort to get this out no matter what it takes if I had to sacrifice having late nights working and juggling Echarger well so be it. I only have one chance in this life so make most of it and being a martial arts studying (kungfu - ten years, taichi - three years and wingchun - two years) the spirtiual element and discipline gave me the insight to push myself.
Another scenario sometimes at work you will get a colleague coming to you do you have a spare nokia charger . Traveling abroad in cuba sis calls you run out of juice on your mobile, on the bus coming home from work you see school kids especially girls yapping away then the mobile dies off. I mean so many scenarios which happen to everyone everyday from all walks of life .
So really echarger evolved from there sourcing for supplies here and there and thats how we got to were we are now.

Interview With Tony Momoh From Echarger from Life Goggles

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