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Posted on on March 8th, 2013
by Pincas Jawetz (

We find the following interesting for a different reason as well –
The use of these bulbs in relation to the introduction of decentralized solar and wind electricity. The bulb becoming its own battery!
(ST editor)


?UMEME Blackouts? No Worries with a Rechargeable Bulb.

GreenPower Uganda, March 5, 2013,
Rechargeable BULB that gives U light When UMEME Power Goes OFF– Only Ugsh. 15,000/=

Rechargeable LED Bulb with inbuilt Battery at 15,500/=

  1. 1.      Built in rechargeable battery, can last 4-6 hours when UMEME Power is off.
  2. 2. Screw the bulb into a bulb AC power holder for charging and at the same time as you use it for lighting the room.
  3. 3.      When UMEME Power goes off, the Bulb Automatically continues giving you light for another 6 hours.
  4. 4. It Can also be used as a torch when power goes off; a lamp, emergency light, camping lamp and all kinds of light source,
  5. 5.      Low power consumption- Only 3 watts compared to 100 Watts of Normal Bulbs.
  6. 6. LED super bright Technology with Built life of upto 100,000 hours- making it extremely durability.
  7. 7.      Excellent Energy-Saving Performance upto 95%.
  8. 8. Easy mounting: can be mounted directly into a normal Lamp holder.
  9. 9.      Remote Control: you can remotely turn on/off the bulb.

10. Simple to use, Convenient to carry

Available at:

Green Power Solutions
Shop F1-8 | Nalubwama Arcade
Plot 26/28 | Ben Kiwanuka Street
(Btn Old Taxi Park & Cooper Complex)
Ben Kiwanuka Street | Kampala | Uganda
Mob. +256-701-831 889 | +256-701-714488

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One Response to “The After-Life Bulb: Elmot Ltd. is selling in Uganda an Electric bulb that has built-in batteries so it can continue giving light for 6 hours when the wires go dead. It can be used also as a torch-light.”

  1. LeeAnn Says:

    We are always checking out green options. Rechargeable bulbs sound like
    a great option. We hope we are part of the future. We hope you will check us out.

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