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Latest revision as of 22:53, April 24, 2014

Last updated: January 15, 2013      

EventsEdit

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News and Recent DevelopmentsEdit

East Timor students with Girassol solar cookers
Tom SponheimAdded by Tom Sponheim
  • March 2006: Armando Herculano reports that he leads solar cooking demonstrations and workshops for schools, nongovernmental organizations, and local agencies. He recently designed a panel-type solar cooker called Girassol (“sun flower”). Its pentagonal shape eliminates the need to reorient the cooker to track the sun’s movement. With teacher friend António Serafim, Armando Herculano introduced the solar cooker to classes at National University of East Timor. This event was covered in local newspapers as well as on television.

Climate, Culture, and Special ConsiderationsEdit

See also Solar cooker dissemination and cultural variables

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