Three Questions: Green technology at CES

Published January 13, 2012 10:29 am
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In this week's installment of "Three Questions," we visited the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. One trend at CES this year was green power. Companies were presenting solar powered generator technology, energy monitoring devices and all kinds of gadgets to help consumers watch or go off the grid. We asked three companies - including two from Utah - how easy it is to be green at a show like CES.

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