Electricity prices are skyrocketing and to try to tame the household’s electricity consumption, people spend their days switching off lights and pulling out wires.
Tealights and campfires in all their glory, but is there no better way to solve the misery? Yes there is! With Coolstuff’s latest innovation DIY Mini Power Plant, you solve your energy needs in a snap!
– Already a year ago, we joked that “you should soon have your own nuclear power plant at home”. Then we laughed at it, but over time, the idea grew and a plan began to take shape. Now we are here with the finished result and we could not be happier! Says product developer Robin Lustigh-Curé, who was involved in developing the product.
“Will revolutionize the market,” says the marketing manager.
– That small nuclear power plant looks like a small copy of a real nuclear power plant, complete with uranium rods and cooling system and can produce up to 154 kWh per hour. Thanks to a number of different knobs and knobs, you can adjust the power and control your very own energy production as needed – if a major cleaning is in progress, you increase production, and later at night you can turn it down again, Robin Lustigh-Curé continues.
Coolstuff’s marketing manager Johan Norin Luring has also been involved in developing the product.
– We have had a close dialogue throughout the process, and we are extremely satisfied with the end result. Our DIY Powerplant will revolutionize the market and in a year we will see Coolstuffs DIY Powerplant in every home.
The package of course comes with fuses, a user manual and most importantly: three uranium rods! Fit the rods under the protective cover (after reading the operating instructions, thank you!), Turn the various knobs a little and vips! then your very own small power plant is ready to take care of the household’s increasing energy needs. Washing machine, oven, TV and hair dryer – you can start it all and feel exactly zero worries about future electricity bills.
Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.
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