When was the first electric refrigerator invented?

Answer The first method of refrigeration (cooling air by the evaporation of liquids in a vacuum) was invented in 1748 by William Cullen of the University of Glasgow, Scotland; Cullen did not apply his dis... Read More »

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Who invented the first electric refrigerator?

The first electric refrigerator was invented by Thomas Moore in 1803, according to the Enchanted Learning website. The first commercial refrigerator specifically designed to keep food cold was inve... Read More »

When was the first refrigerator invented?

it was invented so food could stay cold and would not spoil. It was also invented to prevent diseases like e-coli and salmonella.

When was the first electric car invented?

According to PBS, the first crude electric carriage was invented by Robert Anderson, a Scot, from 1832 to 1839. The first successful electric car was built by William Morrison of Des Moines, Iowa, ... Read More »

When was the first electric skillet invented?

Westinghouse Electric introduced the "electric chafing dish," the predecessor to the electric skillet, in 1911. It could be flipped upside down and used as a hot plate, according to the Westinghous... Read More »