As part of the effort to green New Year’s festivities in Times Square, battery maker Duracell has set up a “power lodge” nearby where volunteers can take a turn on stationary bikes that will power the “2009” sign marking arrival of the new year after the infamous illuminated ball drops. So far, only about 95 pedal hours of power have been collected and stored in batteries for the occasion — just 35 percent of the power needed to light the sign for 15 minutes.