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How to Cook With Solar Panels and a 12-volt Frying Pan

If you’ve already got a solar panel or two–he used two 100-watt panels–and you can get a portable frying pan (similar to this one) or, better yet, a portable saucepan, you can cook without grid power so long as there’s enough sunlight to push several amps… even directly connected to the frying pan or saucepan!

Although I really enjoy using my All American Sun Oven (which takes no power to cook) using a setup like this one does have some advantages that the video points out, including being able to cook indoors and out of the weather if you run wires, cooks faster than traditional solar ovens, and can be used on a cloudy or rainy day if connected to a deep cycle battery bank. Here’s how…

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By Damian Brindle

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