• DIY Solar powered stove shaped out of 100% recycled materials

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    Another DIY solar stove project for the forthcoming weekend. After the success of Kyoto Box, folks all over the world are keen to experiment with ‘why-didn’t-I-think of-this’ kind of solar powered projects. The latest is a solar powered stove made out of 100% recycled materials by an Instructable user, desertdog. Blending two vital green essentials, the solar power and the recycled material, the designer intended to churn out a make-it-yourself product that could be grid-free and cost-free too. All that is needed is a discarded 62 inch satellite dish, few used CDs and some other stuff that is otherwise lying in your garage or backyard.

    However it is clarified that the pre-recorded read only discs seem to last longer and produce slightly more reflectivity than recordable discs. If you are keen on trying this our then hit here to get a step-by-step guide for the whole project. A word of caution by desertdog – ‘Do not try to retrieve anything from the focal area without a leather glove on. If that didn’t come to mind right away then you maybe shouldn’t try this.’

    Posted in Topics:Alternative Energy, Tags: , on May 6, 2009