Gallery

These photos show the Firebee generator in action on a variety of stoves and attachments 

Firebee TEG up close
Firebee TEG up close

A complete view showing the tall heat sink tower, the control and power box, and the heat absorber. The TE modules are sandwiched between the heat absorber and the heat sink.

Firebee on barrel stove chimney
Firebee on barrel stove chimney

The Firebee can be attached to a 3" chimney using an adapter section. Future Firebees will not need the adapter.

Firebee cookpot adapter
Firebee cookpot adapter

The double-wall pot captures heat and directs it up the chimney to the Firebee to make power.

Firebee TEG up close
Firebee TEG up close

A complete view showing the tall heat sink tower, the control and power box, and the heat absorber. The TE modules are sandwiched between the heat absorber and the heat sink.

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Samantha Jones, Project Manager

Making power from a Barbecue
Making power from a Barbecue with a heat pipe

“In my country of Pakistan, tens of millions of people have no electricity and they all use stoves.   The Firebee generators make their stoves into reliable power sources for lighting and phones.   Solar cannot do this for the same price and reliability.”

- Amir Bhatti, CEO, RAF Aerospace Consulting Inc.