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Solar powered carports and electric vehicle chargers couple two clean technologies together. Cities, businesses and other communities can invest in these technologies to create more infrastructure for EV charging while generating the renewable energy

Solar powered carports and electric vehicle chargers couple two clean technologies together. Cities, businesses and other communities can invest in these technologies to create more infrastructure for EV charging while generating the renewable energy

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Amanda commented on Food in the fridge isn't visually attractive

I agree with the need to make the design more visually attractive... and I know that personally, it is easy to forget about food when it is hidden behind other layers of stuff in the fridge. I've found it helpful to learn about ways to properly store things so that they last longer (both in the fridge and on the counter) like this quick factsheet:
 https://www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyrne/how-to-store-your-groceries?utm_term=.sdLeV2Kz0#.ynay1xlOV

Hi Sarah,

Great updates to your idea, which have prompted a few additional questions!

It seems like you've picked two extreme cases that address very different communities and needs. Do you have any project priority between California and Kenya? Why did you pick Kenya? Are you still in discussion with the farmers in Costa Rica as well?

Additionally, after watching your video interview with the farmer, I'm curious: how big the opportunity is to pasteurize milk for calves? Is there another way to address issues of disease and infection? How many farmers use pasteurized milk instead of milk substitute?

Thanks,
Amanda

Hi Sarah and Team,

Congrats on making it to the Refinement phase. In the comments, you mentioned that you met with some producers in Costa Rica, and I was curious if you've had any follow up with them. Are you still considering collaboration with Dos Pinos? It would be great to hear more about what you learned through that experience and how you are thinking about community challenges and needs as you continue developing this idea!