The cafeteria at the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) will now have an opportunity to experiment with alternative methods of cooking.
A hydrogen-based cooking system called Hydgas was installed at the cafeteria on March 4. The product, created by Reinwo, a Kochi-based startup firm, will be undergoing a pilot run for 45 days.
This cooking system uses water to produce hydrogen which is eventually used to prepare food. “At present, we have installed one prototype of the product at CUSAT. The product will be tested for a period of two months. Following which more of such products will be installed in a few hotels as well,” said Vimal Gopal, CEO of Reinwo Technologies Pvt Ltd.
The product is said to cater to those who have to cook on a large scale. A compact version of the product is also likely to be introduced soon. The compact version of the hydrogen-based cooking system would be used at homes.
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Source : Manoramaonline.com | CUSAT gets its first hydrogen-based cooking system | Gitanjali Diwakar