Avel Ureño

Founder & co-owner of BatteriesInAFlash.com Inc, Avel is a proud small business owner that helps make jobs for Americans. He is the creative director for the BatteriesInAFlash blog and mastermind of all technology with the company. He enjoys connecting with other business owners for sharing and collaborating.

  1. Wagan Solar Power - e Charger, Power in a Pinch

    Wagan Tech inc has come out with a range of very conveniently sized (pocket-able) solar chargers for consumer electronics. They will charge batteries, iPods, digital cameras etc, all from the sun. The units themselves are very lightweight and come in two distinct types.
  2. Power Your Posing, iPhone 3G Case Comes With a Flash & Its Own Battery!

    Lenmar Battery has recently come out with a cover for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3Gs. The cover itself is a fairly standard hardened rubber sort of affair, with a couple of notable exceptions. For one it has a battery built into the case, which can be charged from an external USB source, it also addresses the lack of a flash on the iPhone.
  3. Facebook GPS Giveaway Winner

    Check out the BatteriesInAFlash Facebook GPS Giveaway Winner.
  4. 2010 State of Union Addresses Renewable Energy

    One particular issue struck a accord with BatteriesInAFlash. The comprehensive Energy and Climate Bill which would essentially reward people and companies for switching to alternative energies. Passed in 2009 by the House, The Energy and Climate Bill would give incentives that will make clean energy the profitable path of energy. It not only goes on to reward for the use of Renewable Energy but will also create jobs in America for the expansion and production of own resource at home.
  5. Win a Sony NAV-U GPS Unit by becoming a fan of BIAF on Facebook

    As a thank you to our Facebook fans we're giving away a Sony NV-U44 GPS unit to one of our facebook fans on the 1st of March 2010. We'll be posting a video of the drawing here on our blog on Monday the 1st of March at 4pm Pacific Standard Time.
  6. Pre Charged, Rechargeable and easier on the planet.

    Americans use around 2 Billion disposable batteries a year, one of those numbers that’s big enough for most of us to have no actual concept of it, but it’s a lot. If you find yourself being a larger than normal part of this statistic the obvious solution would be to use a rechargeable battery.
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