Monday, July 14, 2008

World's Largest Solar Kitchen

One of the most sacred places in an Indian home is the kitchen. Now a temple in Rajasthan India has collaborated with Solare-Brucke in Germany to design a kitchen with so much heat and so much space the organization can prepare 38,500 meals a day! Holy tandoori! Additional statistics about the installation boggle the mind.

We know that Indians sure can cook, but now it appears they can also go green in a monumental way. Read on.

Also, there is the completely solar powered Hindu temple being constructed outside Chino, California. After leading the way in technology and programming innovations, it appears the Indians may also show us how to innovate with solar energy for large structures. Om shanti.

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