It’s the gift-giving time of year again, and whether you’re shopping for a friend, a loved one, or even yourself, we’ve got you covered. This is the Holiday Gift Guide with 10 great ideas with something for just about everybody.

If you’re looking to go big this year, paint your whole house green. A solar panel package and Tesla Powerwall ($5,500) can handle the energy needs of your whole house, depending on where you live and your energy needs. The panels, combined with a 13.5 kilowatt-hour Powerwall might let you go off the grid, or sell power back to your utility company. Plus they offer protection against power outages by giving you days of backup.

Panasonic’s Eneloop Pro ($52.99) line is some of the highest-rated rechargeable batteries around. With a capacity of up to 2,500 milliamp-hours and the ability to recharge up to 500 times, they’ll be there when you need them. Check out this pack with 8 AA, 2 AAA, and a charger.

Going camping or hiking and need a boost for your tablet or phone? Check out the RAVPower 16-watt solar panel ($59.99) with twin USB ports. It’s just 15.9 ounces and it will fold up to backpack or pocket size. If you have big pockets. Four eyelets let you attach it to a tree, tent, or even your backpack.

Treat your car and your wallet by turning round and black to lean and green. Low Rolling resistance tires like the Bridgestone Ecopia EP422 (price varies by size) can make your car more fuel efficient, and even offer better performance and feel.

If you’re looking for something that could save you money but not break the bank, check out these eco reminder stickers (from $4.50) from Hu2 design. Maybe seeing what’s keeping the lights on will help remind you to turn them off when you leave the room – unless you’ve already gone solar, that is. Plus some of the designs are kinda cute.

Want to save on energy costs from heating and cooling your home? A great gift is a Nest learning thermostat ($229). The Nest knows when you are sleeping, and knows when you’re awake. Or it knows when you are and aren’t in the room, at least. It will learn your habits and automatically adjust when you go to work and then back when you get home. Some models can even be controlled remotely using connected home controllers like Google Home and Amazon Alexa.

The ScanGaugeE ($99.95) is an onboard computer reader that’s designed to help change the way you drive, helping you save fuel. The display gives you instant feedback about your vehicle’s performance. It can show gauges like instant fuel consumption, throttle position, and load. It will even tell you your CO2 output. Plus it will show you the codes behind your check engine light, which can help you with repairs and diagnostics.

A good tire gauge can help keep you safe on the road, and also help save fuel (and preserve electric range). Low tire pressures affect handling, increase consumption and tire wear, and can even lead to a blowout. A good tire gauge is a necessity for every car. Check out this one from Accutire ($15.18) that shows pressure on a digital display, but can also read it to you out loud.

Have an EV already? Been dragging out that extension cord and putting off buying a level 2 charger? Why not charge your car faster and easier with a level 2 charger like this Siemens VersiCharge ($549). The SAE J1772 plug will handle most vehicles, and can deliver up to 30 amps of current.

This EV has nearly full autonomous driving capability, corners like it’s on rails, and can shoot missiles and lasers. But that autonomous capability goes away if it slides off track. And it has a range of about 10 minutes on a five-minute charge. It’s Anki Overdrive ($149.99), and it’s slot cars for the smartphone era. Put the tiny cars on the track and drive them around using your Android or iOS device. Race, pass, shoot, and win. Or get the new Fast and Furious edition and listen to movie quotes while you play. It’s more fun than green, but fun is important too.