The ZERO Indoor Stove Aims to Help Cooking in Developing Nations

 - Aug 2, 2018
References: behance.net & yankodesign
Designed as a safer indoor cooking system, the ZERO indoor stove is an innovative appliance meant to make the life of people in third world countries a little easier. In some of these regions, the burning of solid fuels such as wood, charcoal and crop residue is still commonly done indoors and generally leads to four million deaths each year. This is where the ZERO indoor stove comes in, as it provides an alternative to the dangerous solid fuel stoves used by some third world nations.

Instead of using conventional fuel sources, the ZERO indoor stove utilizes LPG (liquefied petroleum gas). This fuel is among the two most efficient energies, more than solid fuel sources and natural gas.

The capabilities of the ZERO indoor stove are further bolstered thanks to its portable design, which allows it to be easily carried to multiple locations for filling and use.

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