Pakistani engineers solve the gas crisis by making inventing a bio mass fuelled-stove
Two engineers from Lahore, Sajid Mustafa and Rehan Tahir, introduced a bio-mass fuelled stove, which won’t require an electric powered or gas oven, amid the scarcity of gas during winters. Sajid Mustafa and Rehan Tahir’s stove will use the bio-mass pellets made from urea and wastage material to flame the unique stove.
The two engineers have claimed that the bio-mass stove can cook food for four to six people and is portable. At the same time, the modern stove is eco-friendly and provides a solution to the citizens facing gas scarcity. While, the unique stove also does not emit smoke as it just needs a spark from a power bank used for charging mobile phones.
In an interview with a private media channel the two engineers said, “It is good for those who are facing a shortage of gas or they are going to switch to LPG as a replacement.” Sajid Mustafa also said, “If a family is spending up to Rs4,000 for using LPG as a resource for domestic purposes, the bio-mass stove will reduce the expenses up to Rs2,000 to Rs2,200.”