BioLite™ Revolutionizes the Traditional Campfire with the Launch of a Clean and Efficient CampStove™

For Immediate Release

Contact: Julie Atherton
JAM Media Collective

Brooklyn, NY — Jul 27, 2012

BioLite LLC, an innovator in energy solutions, announces the launch of the BioLite CampStove, an efficient and safe cookstove, with the ability to convert heat from the fire into usable electricity for recharging electronics.  

“We spent years developing the technology to offer a unique benefit to outdoor travelers: to never have to carry fuel again,” says BioLite CEO Jonathan Cedar. “It is exciting to finally bring this product to market and we have been blown away by the enthusiastic response we’ve seen from our users. We’re grateful for this energetic fan base as we gear up for our retail launch next year.”

The CampStove utilizes BioLite’s patent-pending technology to convert waste heat into electricity that powers a fan, creating an ultra-efficient fire through improved combustion. Both a great cooking stove and an off-grid power charger, surplus electricity can be used to charge small electronic devices, making it a true on-demand energy source. Additionally, the CampStove is a convenient and green choice, reducing an individual’s carbon footprint and keeping fuel canisters out of landfills by using twigs and other solid biomass instead of non-renewable petroleum gas.

The new BioLite CampStove is available now at and in stores Spring 2013. Visit BioLite’s booths at Summer Outdoor Retailer (indoors at PV 159 in the New Exhibitor’s Pavilion and outdoors by the South Plaza entrance) to experience the CampStove in action.

About BioLite CampStove
Powers most USB-chargeable devices such as GPS, small speakers or a headlamp.
•    Fast to boil
•    Lights quickly and easily
•    Burns sticks, pine cones, pellets and other solid biomass
•    Folds easily for packing
•    Packed size: 8.25 x 5 inches
•    Weight: 2lb 1oz/ 935 grams.
•    MSRP $129

About BioLite
BioLite develops and manufactures advanced energy products that make cooking with wood as clean, safe, and easy as modern fuels while also providing electricity to charge small devices like cell phones and LED lights off-grid. Headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, the company was founded in 2009 by Jonathan Cedar and Alec Drummond. BioLite is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2011 St. Andrews Prize for the Environment and the 2010 Sustainable Brands Innovation Open. Discover more about BioLite at, and