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In November 2005, a working group directed by Mr. [[Harmim Arezki]] of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar worked to popularize solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.
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*'''November 2005:''' A working group directed by Mr. [[Harmim Arezki]] of the [[URER/MS]] renewable energy center in Adrar is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.
 
*'''November 2005:''' A working group directed by Mr. [[Harmim Arezki]] of the [[URER/MS]] renewable energy center in Adrar is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.
   
==The History of Solar Cooking in Algeria==
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Arezki Harmim is a master in renewable energies and directs a three-person research project for development of solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. A working group directed by Mr. Harmim Arezki, of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar, is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers. [1]
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Arezki Harmim is a master in renewable energies and directs a three-person research project for development of solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. A working group directed by Mr. Harmim Arezki, of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar, is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.
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*{{WikipediaClimate|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Algeria#Climate_and_hydrology}}
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==Climate, Culture, and Special Considerations==
 
 
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*[[Africa#Northern_Africa|Discussion of northern Africa's suitability for solar cooking]]<br>
 
 
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*{{NewSep15}}'''June 2014:''' [[Media:Harmim_pub_RSER_2014.pdf|Solar cooking development in Algerian Sahara: Towards a socially suitable solar cooker]] - ''[[Arezki Harmim]] et al''
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:04, February 23, 2016

Last updated: September 12, 2015      
Harmim Arezki

In November 2005, a working group directed by Mr. Harmim Arezki of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar worked to popularize solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.

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See also: Global Calendar of Events and Past events in Algeria

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  • November 2005: A working group directed by Mr. Harmim Arezki of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.

HistoryEdit

Arezki Harmim is a master in renewable energies and directs a three-person research project for development of solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. A working group directed by Mr. Harmim Arezki, of the URER/MS renewable energy center in Adrar, is developing and popularizing solar cookers in the Algerian Sahara. Posters and demonstrations at recent symposiums brought solar cooking to the attention of participants, many of whom sampled chicken, eggs, coffee and tea prepared in box- and concentrator-type solar cookers.

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