Gallery: Solar Cooker Could Provide for Hot Water and Food In Disaster ...

The design combines two solar cookers and is therefore is not reliant on outside fuel to be sourced in order that it could be more helpful to the disaster services. Feng says "the people may assemble the solar cooker by themselves and heat food and water with heat energy from sunlight."

In disaster zones, emergency rescue services need reliable appliances to help provide the basics to victims who may suddenly be without provisions. As a quick-response to emergency situations, Cheng-Tsung Feng has come up with an amazing solar cooker that could help meet the needs of those less fortunate — all while remaining light on the environment as it does its job. Feng’s design concept is a transportable, temporary, solar-powered kitchen that can both be setup quickly without assistance, and accomodate numerous individuals.

The sustainable design combines two solar cookers and is not reliant on outside fuel, ensuring its reliability. Simple to use, just about anyone can assemble the solar cooker without assistance and heat their food and water with energy from sunlight.

+ Cheng Tsung Feng

Images courtesy of Cheng Tsung Feng


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