Last updated: 28 November 2017
Amir Komarizade lives in Tehran, Iran, and has been designing and building a variety of solar cookers since 2007. They include the Solar Picnic, solar cooker mounting approaches, and solar PV thermal cooking.
- November 2017: Amir has been testing a solar cooker mounting system, similar to the gimbal mounts used on Donsonian style telescopes, and using PV power to generate enough energy to boil water in a small vessel.
- September 2017: Amir hopes to create an "Energy Café" at the institute where he works where food would be cooked in solar cookers.
- December 2015: Amir is shown with his Solar Picnic panel cooker. He is heating water with a unique bottle of his own design. It has a heat-absorbing black interior structure with a waffle-like surface to maximize the area available to sunlight.
- December 2015: Amir reports that he taught solar cooking at the Nioofar Solar House, and has now returned to lab management at Sharif University.
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