How to Build a Solar Pizza Oven | June 16, 2012 | A Solar Powerd Oven | 14 Comments Free Energy Devices Today & Tomorrow Johnny shows us how to build a solar pizza oven with a door, crutches, and mirror. Produced by Mavon Productions- www.diysustainableliving.com with Sol Wize Solar- www.solwizesolar.org. Happy Winter Solstice! :: a solar powerd oven :: Do your part for the environment! If you are looking for a way to go green then this is the perfect resource for you. Tags:Build, oven, Pizza, Solar Related Posts What is the GLOBAL SUN OVEN? Sun Ovens Solar Cooking Essentials 11 Comments | May 30, 2014 MUM Solar Oven: a Nature-Powered Cooking Project No Comments | Nov 3, 2013 Solar Ovens – Chocolate Chip Cookies Are Healthy : A Solar Powerd Oven No Comments | Nov 10, 2013 Solar Panel Oven | How to Make a Solar Panel Oven 2 Comments | Mar 15, 2014 About The Author 14 Comments tobyinohio June 16, 2012 cost per klw hour to watch this vidoe is .08 cents, cost in energy savings from using a stove like this VS a reg stove, about 56 dollars a month, depending on use. So your couldn’t be more wrong gener69 June 16, 2012 it really works we made one at school vtc3221 June 16, 2012 fuck off man vtc3221 June 16, 2012 boooooo Gunnarsguns June 16, 2012 Great design!! deputy1040 June 16, 2012 what other material can I use instead of the black granite top because it can be very expensive if you cant get it for free from a shop. inventhead June 16, 2012 nevermind all the chatter ill have a large meatball pie well done lol ObjectivistAesthetic June 16, 2012 This video was watch 31,000+ times. That required an incredible quantity of electricity. If you care about the environment you should delete this video. Ironic, but true. urbancarpet June 16, 2012 …….great ingenuity, have you thought about using a Fresnel Lens? GrymWraith June 16, 2012 Is there a reason the pole the oven is mounted on is tilted instead of plumb-bobbed perfectly vertical? stuntmansyd June 16, 2012 Shit nyvendor June 16, 2012 yeah it would have been nice to actually see something being cooked, also it would have been nice to see the ” Inside” Black granite top ? yes1260 June 16, 2012 this is so cool. mavonproductions June 16, 2012 this type of box cooker does not create enough heat intensity to start a fire. The parabolic type solar collectors can start fires for sure. It can create a glare, though. It’s best to wear sunglasses.