SunDanzer Does Pilot at Egerton Univesity

Published: Apr. 28, 2015

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Eighty-five percent of Kenya’s 800,000+ dairy farms do not have access to refrigerated storage and transportation. SunDanzer has developed a small-scale, clean energy portable cooling system tailored for use in the Kenyan dairy market. It aims to increase dairy farm productivity and income by significantly decreasing milk spoilage. Today, SunDanzer is running field testing Egerton University in Kenya in order to collect technical data and refine the product for local conditions.

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