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Why Battery Choice Is Such a Good Thing

One of the things that is vital to the Pale Blue Earth business model is doing things in such a way as to promote positive impacts on the environment. We believe consumers can help us...

Single-Use vs. Rechargeable: The Real Xbox Battery Debate

There is an ongoing debate in the gaming world over whether or not Microsoft continues to pack single-use disposable batteries with its Xbox controllers because Duracell is paying them to do so. The company's competitors,...

3 Things That Define the Pale Blue Earth Philosophy

Think about all of the businesses you are most loyal to. What is it about them that has earned your business? 

How Many of Your Items Will Need Batteries in 2021?

It will not be long before 2021 arrives. Perhaps the calendar has already turned by the time you read this post. At any rate, you and your family members undoubtedly got some new gadgets this...

The Truth About Lithium-Ion Batteries and Sustainability

One of the more popular questions relating to lithium-ion batteries searched on Google is this: are lithium-ion batteries sustainable? It is a question people want an answer to. Unfortunately, the answer is not as straightforward...

Traveling with Rechargeable Batteries This Holiday Season

It is that time of year when we take to the highways and byways for holiday visits with family. If you plan to travel for the holidays, there is a good chance you will be...

5 Tips for Getting the Most From USB Rechargeable Batteries

We love USB rechargeable batteries. We think you should too. USB rechargeable batteries keep single-use disposal batteries out of landfills. They save resources, money and time. There are so many good reasons to go rechargeable...

Why Future EVs May Not Run on Lithium-Ion Batteries

We get excited when people make the connection between our USB rechargeable batteries and the lithium-ion batteries now being installed in electric vehicles (EVs). While there are some significant differences between the two types of...

Top 5 Things You Might Not Know About Lithium

Finally, the actual word 'lithium' comes from the Greek word 'lithos,' which means 'stone'. We assume it was so named because of the abundance of lithium in igneous rock.