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*'''March 2006:''' Mr. [[Vazja Racvieshvili]] spent a week in the Netherlands with Workgroup [[Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL]] (WSCS) learning to construct an expanded Dierx-type solar box cooker. The cooker — dubbed the [[BC.122]] — is 122 centimeters wide, making economical use of plywood sheets of the same width. During summer tests, the cooker reached temperatures of 175°C. With tools and funds from WSCS, Mr. Racvieshvili will set up a small workshop in his village of Gurdzhaani. He believes that solar cookers can help reduce the cost of living in Georgia, a country with high unemployment. '''''Contact:''''' ''[[Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL]]''
 
*'''March 2006:''' Mr. [[Vazja Racvieshvili]] spent a week in the Netherlands with Workgroup [[Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL]] (WSCS) learning to construct an expanded Dierx-type solar box cooker. The cooker — dubbed the [[BC.122]] — is 122 centimeters wide, making economical use of plywood sheets of the same width. During summer tests, the cooker reached temperatures of 175°C. With tools and funds from WSCS, Mr. Racvieshvili will set up a small workshop in his village of Gurdzhaani. He believes that solar cookers can help reduce the cost of living in Georgia, a country with high unemployment. '''''Contact:''''' ''[[Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL]]''
   
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800px-Europe location GEO
(Map from 2006)

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  • March 2006: Mr. Vazja Racvieshvili spent a week in the Netherlands with Workgroup Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL (WSCS) learning to construct an expanded Dierx-type solar box cooker. The cooker — dubbed the BC.122 — is 122 centimeters wide, making economical use of plywood sheets of the same width. During summer tests, the cooker reached temperatures of 175°C. With tools and funds from WSCS, Mr. Racvieshvili will set up a small workshop in his village of Gurdzhaani. He believes that solar cookers can help reduce the cost of living in Georgia, a country with high unemployment. Contact: Solar Cooker Workgroup Sliedrecht NL

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