Solar fridge to revolutionise vaccine storage

Firm comes up with new method for keeping vaccines and blood supplies cool in developing nations during power cuts.

    A hi-tech company in Wales is revolutionising the way vaccines and blood supplies are kept cool in developing nations.

    It involves a new kind of fridge that keeps the perfect temperature for refrigeration on days the power supply is cut.

    The fridges are already available in 38 countries worldwide. 

    Al Jazeera's Simon McGregor-Wood reports from Wales. 


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