Fridge0: an open supply photo voltaic fridge with no battery requirement

Joey Hess designed the primary Fridge0 a 12 months in the past: it makes use of a typical chest freezer with added thermal mass, a easy controller, and a photovoltaic panel that successfully shops sunshine as coldness, obviating the necessity for costly backup batteries. The Fridge0 is an advance on conventional off-grid 12v photo voltaic fridges that assume that photo voltaic panels are costly and inefficient; by exploiting trendy PV expertise, Hess says “A kilowatt of photo voltaic panels gives sufficient energy to run a standard fridge on even most cloudy days, and prices lower than a business offgrid fridge.” (through Kottke)

 

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