Promethean Power Systems is developing a solar-powered refrigeration system for commercial cold-storage applications in off-grid and partially electrified areas of developing countries. The system uses clean, quiet, solid-state technologies such as thermoelectric cooling modules and solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. Their revolutionary refrigeration technology will enable food suppliers to store and preserve perishable food items such as milk, fruits and vegetables without the need for expensive diesel-powered generators.
Anonymous commented on October 08, 2009
This is not really solar, this is an electrical refrigerator, of course is a great idea though, is not really solar. The solar refrigeration is due to absortion on the heater.
Anonymous commented on July 20, 2009
It is very good system to have refrigeration without electricity and is very usefull in India if it is practical and viable. If you can send me costwise more details of different models I can help you to market the product in India.
Anonymous commented on July 19, 2009
It's great! With any technology, one has to ask, how large would the collector be to run a typical sized freezer/refrigerator?
Anonymous commented on February 27, 2009
It is great to have a refrigeration system where there is no electricity, especially for an area like ours where there is lot of heat energy in Pakistan.
Anonymous commented on February 20, 2009
I like the technology used. I'm in Ghana and i think it will be suitable for areas which are off-girdin theremote areas of my country. Pls if you want to market your product in West Africa -Ghana lcan be of help. How much does it cost. Best regards Adu Brobbey Prin.Tech., Engineer Hydro Generation Dept Volta River Authority P.O.BOX.77 Akosombo Ghana Tel:233-24047721 233-251-21616 Hydro Generatio Dept.,
Curtis Ellzey commented on February 11, 2009
Bhaskar, I'd recommend contacting Promethean Power Systems directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.coolectrica.com
Anonymous commented on February 11, 2009
Great technology. This will surely be great help for India. If you need help about marketing it, I can be of help. How much does it cost. regards, Bhaskar Mittal 570 Alberta Ave. Woodstock, ON Canada, N4V 0A3
Anonymous commented on January 21, 2009
The idea to have refrigeration in an area where there is no access to electricity is a great idea, however I would exchange the solar panel with a small wind turbine. You probably will get more energy with lower overall cost.
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