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==Events==
 
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*'''April 2007:''' Longtime solar cooking advocate and trainer [[Wilfred Pimentel]], along with [[Ken Goyer]] and [[Cynthia Wee]], led a two-day [[Integrated Cooking Method|integrated cooking]] workshop in Pambak, Vanadzor last August. They taught three technologies: solar cookers, [[Rocket stove|fuel-efficient stoves]] and [[Heat-retention cooking|heat-retention cookers]]. With access to these complementary technologies, food can be cooked regardless of time of day and season, and with a maximum of overall fuel savings. The group demonstrated both panel-type and parabolic-type solar cookers, though the region’s altitude and climate limit the amount of solar cooking that can be done with simple solar cookers. Seventeen people from a number of Armenian villages attended the workshop, held at the Peace Corps training center. Each participant received a [[CooKit]] and educational literature. They plan to return to their villages and begin teaching others about integrated cooking. '''''Contact:''''' ''[[Wilfred Pimentel]]''
 
*'''April 2007:''' Longtime solar cooking advocate and trainer [[Wilfred Pimentel]], along with [[Ken Goyer]] and [[Cynthia Wee]], led a two-day [[Integrated Cooking Method|integrated cooking]] workshop in Pambak, Vanadzor last August. They taught three technologies: solar cookers, [[Rocket stove|fuel-efficient stoves]] and [[Heat-retention cooking|heat-retention cookers]]. With access to these complementary technologies, food can be cooked regardless of time of day and season, and with a maximum of overall fuel savings. The group demonstrated both panel-type and parabolic-type solar cookers, though the region’s altitude and climate limit the amount of solar cooking that can be done with simple solar cookers. Seventeen people from a number of Armenian villages attended the workshop, held at the Peace Corps training center. Each participant received a [[CooKit]] and educational literature. They plan to return to their villages and begin teaching others about integrated cooking. '''''Contact:''''' ''[[Wilfred Pimentel]]''
   
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Latest revision as of 23:07, August 1, 2015

Last updated: March 5, 2013      
Armenia March 2007

EventsEdit

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

News and recent developmentsEdit

Armenia March 2007
  • April 2007: Longtime solar cooking advocate and trainer Wilfred Pimentel, along with Ken Goyer and Cynthia Wee, led a two-day integrated cooking workshop in Pambak, Vanadzor last August. They taught three technologies: solar cookers, fuel-efficient stoves and heat-retention cookers. With access to these complementary technologies, food can be cooked regardless of time of day and season, and with a maximum of overall fuel savings. The group demonstrated both panel-type and parabolic-type solar cookers, though the region’s altitude and climate limit the amount of solar cooking that can be done with simple solar cookers. Seventeen people from a number of Armenian villages attended the workshop, held at the Peace Corps training center. Each participant received a CooKit and educational literature. They plan to return to their villages and begin teaching others about integrated cooking. Contact: Wilfred Pimentel

Climate, culture, and special considerationsEdit

ResourcesEdit

Possible funders for solar cooking projects in ArmeniaEdit

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Armenia contactsEdit

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