Mobile solar kitchen

For more than ten years, the mobile solar kitchen / pancake shop (owned by the Swiss NGO GloboSol) has been used every summer in Central Europe to prepare pancakes on ecological fairs and music festivals and to feed youth groups in summer camps. In principle, the kitchen is part of our promotional work to spread solar cooking in Europe, but the campaigns have to be auto-financed by food sales and rental fees. This paper reviews what we have done and learned in these years.-text taken from paper


Dr.Michael Götz


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current21:30, March 24, 2009 (339 KB)Ben Hedrick (Talk | contribs)This paper was presented at the International Solar Food Processing Conference 2009.

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