While I’ve never actually contemplated where the extra energy in my kitchen goes, the ‘Neff’ portable fridge designed by German designer Stefan Ulrich will make sure it’s in a safe place (and not a land far, far away—like Narnia).
Based on an interesting concept that could change the future of fridges, the Neff portable fridge harvests the leftover energy from the kitchen and uses it for cooling. It’s completely portable as well, meaning that once you’ve charged it up with your residual kitchen energy, you can mount the fridge on the wall or place it on the table.
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