The Sèche linge avec panneaux solaire or a dryer with solar panels designed by Camille Kouassi is multiple utility product that not only serves to dry clothes but also hoards energy to run the iron, TV or the interior lights.
Solar energy has been the greatest source of energy from time unmemorable but it is only now with decreasing reserves and increasing costs of fossil fuel that man has ventured to device ways and means to tap it more and more into regular use. With growing awareness and demand, product designers are more and more eager to find newer avenues of incorporating solar products in regular use and satisfying domestic needs. French industrial designer Camille Kouassi with the sole aim to craft a regular product that is functional as well has zero energy consumption has designed a simple clothes dryer that is equipped with solar panels.
The dryer tubes Camille observed being out in the ample sunny area can be fostered as the best means to tap solar energy. These tubes when outfitted with solar panels can turn solar energy to functional energy at home without an excess fuss of fittings and equipments.
Italy based Kouassi opines that the dryer on a warm sunny day accumulates enough energy to power the normal household items and also save a little up for the rainy day. The idea behind this simple product is however more explicitly aimed to save an endangered planet from extra carbon footprint and also reduce household electricity bills extensively.