Women dwelling in Zimbabwe’s remote villages are confident that they would soon have a little easier life. Paul Van Buren, a resident of Mt. Juliet will be taking solar cookers with him to Africa. Several AID/HIV infected women in the region have been waiting for a relief like this, that could not only help them cook without firewood but also start living positively again. Putting to sleep the brands that did not catch on, Haines claims to have invented a solar cooker that’s appropriate for Africa. In an interview to Breakfast Rotary Club based in Mt Juliet, a fellow Rotarian at Roger Haines spoke “It has a high heating point”. He further explained “The price is reasonable and it can be recycled without pollution.
The demand for solar cooker has been remain strong across several countries including China. Since 30 years China has not only developed but also promoted their designs, methods, material technology etc. of solar cooker. Thus, owing to the scarcity of the firewood and different fuels the demand for solar cooker has swiftly grown worldwide. Explaining more about their innovative product the fellow speaker added “A solar cooker lets the UV light rays in and then converts them to longer infrared light rays that cannot escape. Infrared radiation has the right energy to make the water, fat and protein molecules in food vibrate vigorously and heat up. In combination with a black pot and a plastic sleeve that holds in the energy, one can boil water within an hour.”
Eyeing such great potential in the solar cooker market, Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Market Research Report on Global and Chinese Solar Cooker Industry, 2009-2019”. The study takes a closer at the different market drivers, restraints and opportunities that are shaping the future of the solar cooker market worldwide including China.