Solar Shades in the Kitchen

It’s well known that the kitchen is an important part of the home for every individual. Every year, designers and buyers are looking for different technologies to be developed to make the room operate quicker, easier and more efficiently. Energy efficacy and savings has become a popular topic among consumers, they want their cars to run father with less gas, their light bulbs to shine longer, and so it is a natural step for them to want to see this implemented into the kitchen in more unique and useful ways. It’s well known that the kitchen is an important part of the home for every individual. Every year, designers and buyers are looking for different technologies to be developed to make the room operate quicker, easier and more efficiently. Energy efficacy and savings has become a popular topic among consumers, they want their cars to run father with less gas, their light bulbs to shine longer, and so it is a natural step for them to want to see this implemented into the kitchen in more unique and useful ways.


The kitchen holds several energy consuming appliances. It’s the keeper of the refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, lights, garbage disposal, blender, and often times the charging spot for mobile phones, ipads and laptops. When you put all these together, the energy usage really adds up quickly. Even though the kitchen is often the favored room in the home, most people only occupy the kitchen for about 50 minutes a day for cooking, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. During these off hours, your refrigerator and freezer remains on and running and continues to consume energy. Wouldn’t it be amazing to be able to power your appliances for free while you were out of the room? Let us introduce Solar Shades, the idea is for a technology that brings the integration of energy efficiency into the kitchen by shades that harness the power of the sun. Solar Shades look like any other shutter system but what makes them unique is that each panel contains solar panels that store the energy of the sun and convert this to usable power. When the shades are drawn they allow for you to operate your appliances when you are at work, traveling or away from the home.

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Wednesday, 13 November 2019