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Vegetable Cooler: No Power, No Problem

A Thane-based company made a Subjee Cooler that works without fuel or electricity. Is it time to make the switch?

10/07/2021 6:57 PM
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20 comments

  • Parkey G.
    10/14/2021 11:17

    It is Zero energy cool chamber technology from ICAR Delhi

  • Manish R.
    10/10/2021 04:57

    These are eye catching stunts only. There are many great research going on in IIT's. Follow their story not some publicity stunt type 😏😏

  • Swapnil V.
    10/09/2021 16:07

    Nothing new, it's just 'Pot in pot refrigeration' technique. Already used in many African countries.

  • Abhishek V.
    10/08/2021 14:18

    amazing

  • Paramjeet M.
    10/08/2021 12:37

    Great job

  • Pankaj D.
    10/08/2021 07:14

    Nothing new, it's a forgotten technique of India.

  • Nirma S.
    10/08/2021 07:01

    This is not sustainable option ..20 liters of water per day is not viable option to maintain the coolee

  • Johnson C.
    10/08/2021 06:32

    Want to setup those storage, whom to contact.

  • Prasuna L.
    10/08/2021 05:40

    Heart

  • Rajesh S.
    10/08/2021 04:29

    Good morning ☀️🌄

  • Era D.
    10/08/2021 04:06

    Great

  • Rekha K.
    10/08/2021 03:01

    Very old technique. In rajasthan windows are covered with grass and water is sprinkled at regular interval. As Rajasthan is an arid nd dry place, no more water to spare, they use a particular type of grass which absorbs and retain water. This helps the souring temperature to cool down by 4 to 5 degree

  • Raghu C.
    10/08/2021 02:17

    Great job . good work.

  • Debasish K.
    10/08/2021 01:35

    Great 👍

  • Iqbal S.
    10/08/2021 00:20

    Great job

  • Brut India
    10/07/2021 23:15

    Lockdowns in Indian have led to many homegrown startups leveraging AI, IoT, data science etc. to offer innovative solutions to fresh produce vendors and farmers, to prevent wastage and revenue loss. Read about these startups and their innovative solutions here: https://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/agriculture/agri-tech-startups-sensors-storage-fresh-food-supply-value-chain-india-lockdown-prevent-waste/article34654928.ece

  • Kevin D.
    10/07/2021 21:05

    Nice

  • Raj S.
    10/07/2021 20:04

    Nice

  • ALL I.
    10/07/2021 19:13

    Please like and follow Thanks

  • Praveen N.
    10/07/2021 19:10

    Amazing and keep shining.

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