By making a solar-powered tea kettle and brewing it, you can help cut greenhouse gas emissions and reduce your energy bills.
Read moreThe article explains the steps involved in making the solar- powered tea and the benefits of solar power in an article on Hacker News.
Kimmel and his team of scientists made their solar- and wind-powered kettle using a “high-efficiency, low-cost manufacturing process” using materials and a “tandem-molding process”.
The team was able to achieve the efficiency of a single-watt solar power plant, but they also created a system that’s the “cleanest” of its kind in the world.
According to the article, the kettle is a perfect “backup” for a solar cooker.
In the article the team describe their process as a “solar tea kettle” that has a “low cost of manufacturing and low energy consumption”.
The team said they’ve made the solar kettle using “the lowest cost of any tea kettle available in the marketplace”.
The article goes on to explain how the solar tea kettle is “very efficient” and uses “sustainable, renewable materials, which are easily recycled”.
The Solar Tea Kettle uses a high-efficiency and low-energy process, which has been “designed for efficient, low cost manufacturing” according to the team.
Kimmer is a hybrid deviceThe article states that the solar device uses “the latest in solar technology” and is a “generally high-performance, low power device”.
According to them, the solar cooker and kettle were designed for a range of applications and will be able to brew the “highest quality” tea.
Kemmels team said their solar tea cooker has been designed to be “more efficient than the current standard” which is “designed to use solar energy to produce steam” and “taste a tea.”
They added: “With a solar tea boiler, the tea is not only brewed but also stored in the kettle.”
Kemms team says the “low-cost of manufacturing” and low “energy consumption” make it an ideal device for the home.
The article says the team has already sold over a million solar tea cups.