RAYSOF HOPE: Place a kettle in this metal dish in the sun and it will boil in 11 minutes. Mathias Weber arranges some of the
solar-powered stoves on show at the ...
Using the sun's abundant power could be the solution for people who cannot afford escalating electricity costs.
Harnessing the sun’s abundant power could provide a part solution for people who cannot afford escalating electricity costs. Its rays directed by curved dishes can cook food and boil water.
Nedbank launched an innovative “solar cooker bike” in partnership with the Wildlife & Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA) and Sunfire Solutions; which aims to introduce a sustainable way of ...
Well we have a lot of sun, why not use it. The one great advantage of the solar cooker is that you cannot burn your food or let’s rather say, ...