This Solar-Powered Kiosk Has A Television To Entertain Customers

Dhir Acharya - Feb 20, 2021


This Solar-Powered Kiosk Has A Television To Entertain Customers

Street vendors need electricity to work at night, but this new solar-powered kiosk will help solve that problem and save a lot of money for them.

Every country has its own types of street food sold by street vendors, for Nigeria, it’s Indomie and Mai Shayi that you can find across the country. These mobile food stalls are very common in the Northern region of Nigeria and sellers often use small generators as a source of electricity to run at night.

But now, Usman Dalhatu, a young inventor, has created a solar-powered kiosk dubbed iCart Solution that will help street vendors continue their business without having to use a generator.

Solar Kiosk Compressed

The young inventor defined this creation as a movable car used for making fast food and snacks on campus and in the street. As he saw how a seller works, he started thinking about a way to help ease up the work for him. He invented the kiosk to assist and support their businesses, and that also reduces the littering in their surroundings.

The design contains an inverter battery, portable desk, cooking stove, along with television to keep customers entertained as they wait for their food. The kiosk also comes with several compartments for food storage.

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According to Dalhatu, these kiosks are built with locally-sourced materials in the country and the prototype took 5 days to build.

There is a solar panel at the side of the iCart Solution that can charge the stove and the television, meaning the kiosk eco-friendly. Also, this will help stop traders from installing illegal structures and attachments in the market and along the roads.

If this type of kiosk is used in India, it will surely benefit a lot of street vendors and help them save costs significantly.

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