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Title: Example of Village Development in Afghanistan Based on Renewable Energy

Author: Dipl.Ing. M.S. Achtari Date: July 2006 (presented at the Granada solar cooking conference)

Abstract: A model of village development based entirely on education and renewable energy is being implemented in the Afghan village of Bedmoschk. Solar lamps, butter making machine, solar dryers, Scheffler reflectors, energy stations and small wind turbines are been developed or adapted to the local situation by the NGO Afghan Renewable Energy Center e.V. (ABS). Principal purpose: To create a model of village development that will spread over the neighbouring municipalities and beyond. In this paper the autor will focus on solar drying and solar cooking/baking.

Keywords: Afghanistan, education, renewable energy, solar dryer, Solar Lantern, Scheffler Reflector, model village

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