Clean Energy Manufacturing
Fresh nutritious foods can now be preserved short-term and long-term without electricity. On one half of a forty five foot shipping container is used to house a walk-in cooler and on the other half is a glass jar canning station. Before the food can spoil in the walk-in cooler it is preserved long-term in glass jars. The commercial clean energy farming tool helps the farmer overcome obstacles of growing nutritious food in developing nations. Traditionally large amounts of food waste occurs at the harvest stage in many developing nations. This is due to the lac of reliable electricity in developing nations. Refrigeration is not possible with intermittent electricity. Refrigeration needs to be constant and below 40 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent food from spoiling.