China’s largest electric kettle maker Aroma is selling the first of a series of three models of its solar-powered electric kettle in the country, according to the company.
The company has also been building solar-energy-powered solar-power plants in the region, according the company’s website.
“The Aroma electric water kettle will be available in 2018.
We are in the final stages of manufacturing and delivery,” the company said.
It is the second batch of solar-fueled electric kettle models to be sold in China, after the solar-electric kettle maker Sunbao, which is now in the process of selling a series made of its own technology.
The Aromas will be sold by the Chinese brand, which started selling its products in China in 2016.
The first batch of Aroma solar-hydro-powered water kettles in 2018 and 2019 were sold to customers in Australia, Japan and Japan, while the second and third batches are expected to be released in 2020 and 2021.
The solar-based water kettle is expected to produce enough electricity to power about 50 homes and about 500,000 litres of water, Aroma said.
The kettle has been in production for the past eight years and has an energy capacity of about 60 kilowatt hours (kWh), according to its website.
A report by Chinese media outlet Caijing earlier this year said that Aroma was considering expanding the product range, including making it available in other countries.