Jean-Claude Pulfer is French engineer, and a partner (with professor Martin Almada) in leading the Fundación Celestina Pérez de Almada and the Center for Solar Energy (CEDESOL) in Paraguay. He has helped to provide solar cookers and Solar food dryers to schools.
News and recent developmentsEdit
- March 2006: Paraguay continues to be an exciting place when it comes to transforming lives through solar energy. Responsible for a long chain of successes are two closely entwined organizations: la Fundación Celestina Pérez de Almada and the CEDESOL Foundation. Led by Professor Martin Almada and engineer Jean-Claude Pulfer, the twin organizations bring solar energy out of the laboratories and universities to people in need. Their projects provide enough solar equipment and training to transform whole villages, creating solar futures in several villages, and bringing those futures into the present, one village at a time. With support from the Swiss Embassy in Paraguay, the Almada-Pulfer team recently supplied solar cooking equipment to two schools for lunch preparation. Solar food dryers will provide out-of-season healthy fruit snacks to students. Dr. Almada was recently awarded a prestigious European Solar Prize from the European Association for Renewable Energies (EUROSOLAR). The award honors his “commitment for the use of renewable energies in order to give people hope and find a way out of poverty.” You can find more information on this award and view a short video of Dr. Almada’s work here.
- July 2006: Small Marmalade Factory in Argentina Working With Scheffler Type Industrial Cooker - Jean-Claude Pulfer