This right here is a solar powered cooling machine. It’s a cooling container that cyclists can use to store chilled products, made to work independent of any service supply. “The hotter the day, the cooler the ice cream.” Solar panels imbedded in a membrane, connected to solar charge regulators, using wires situated within the panels, generate around 35W on a sunny day. Keepin them cones cool with the power of the sun. Super poetic and scrumptious.
This “Solar Cool” cart features a removable cooling unit so that it can be charged from a separate supply during the night. The cooler requires about 64W “every few hours” to keep the temperature standard. The tank for storage of cold goods is approximately 40 liters.
Modified tricycle frame made of steel and is extended to accommodate the solar membrane and support the cooling unit. Reversible seat, canape, and side panels suitable for banners.
Designer: Aija Golubeva