Imagine what this would've meant to people during and after Hurricane Sandy who were left without heat or power? As it happens, CEO Jonathan Cedar and Chairman John Levy told Cramer, they did go around Brooklyn, N.Y., where the company is based, and other affected areas to help people charge their cellphones and leave them some of the stoves. "This is personal-scale energy access," Cedar said. The stove, which can heat a cup of tea in four minutes, is also being tested in third-world nations where there isn't a lot of access to power -- but everyone has a cellphone. Right now the stove, costing, $130, is only available through the company's Web site, BioLitestove.com, but next year it will be available in wholesale locations.