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[[The Renewable Energy Bureau]] (REB), a collaboration between the [[King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau]] and the University of Jordan, developed a box-type solar cooker for use in Jordan. The cooker was designed to meet several requirements: it had to be simple and safe to assemble, install and operate; it had to be economical yet durable; and it had to be efficient enough to cook 15 kilograms of meat in a few hours. The cooker has three panes of [[glazing]], each separated by 6mm air spaces. The innermost pane is low-emissive, reducing heat loss from the cooking chamber. The glazing is angled at 30° with respect to the ground, maximizing efficiency at Jordan's latitude. Three stainless steel reflectors - two stationary and one adjustable - increase light reaching the cooking chamber. The inside of the cooking chamber is aluminum, while the external walls of the cooker are galvanized steel. The cooker is insulated with a type of rock wool used in conventional gas ovens. REB has also undertaken an off-the-grid guest house project, and solar cookers are expected to play a significant role in meeting its energy needs.
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Engineer Al Ta'ani is also General Manager of [[Jordanian Renewable Energy Society]] (JRES).
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[[Mohammed Al Ta'ani]] is the General Manager of the [[Jordanian Renewable Energy Society]] (JRES), a collaboration between the King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau and the University of Jordan. JRES developed a box-type solar cooker for use in Jordan. The cooker was designed to meet several requirements: it had to be simple and safe to assemble, install and operate; it had to be economical yet durable; and it had to be efficient enough to cook 15 kilograms of meat in a few hours. The cooker has three panes of [[glazing]], each separated by 6mm air spaces. The innermost pane is low-emissive, reducing heat loss from the cooking chamber. The glazing is angled at 30° with respect to the ground, maximizing efficiency at Jordan's latitude. Three stainless steel reflectors - two stationary and one adjustable - increase light reaching the cooking chamber. The inside of the cooking chamber is aluminum, while the external walls of the cooker are galvanized steel. The cooker is insulated with a type of rock wool used in conventional gas ovens. REB has also undertaken an off-the-grid guest house project, and solar cookers are expected to play a significant role in meeting its energy needs.
   
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
Eng. M. Al Ta'ani, General Manager<br>
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Eng. M. Al Ta'ani, General Manager<br />
Jordanian Renewable Energy Society<br>
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Jordanian Renewable Energy Society<br />
P.O. Box 1835<br>
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P.O. Box 1835<br />
Irbed<br>
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Irbed<br />
 
[[Jordan]]
 
[[Jordan]]
   
 
Mobile: +00962 777 418782
 
Mobile: +00962 777 418782
   
Email: [mailto:mtaaninq@gmail.com mtaaninq@gmail.com]<br>
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Email: [mailto:mtaaninq@gmail.com mtaaninq@gmail.com]<br />
Web: http://www.res-jo.com
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Last updated: 21 March 2009      

Mohammed Al Ta'ani is the General Manager of the Jordanian Renewable Energy Society (JRES), a collaboration between the King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau and the University of Jordan. JRES developed a box-type solar cooker for use in Jordan. The cooker was designed to meet several requirements: it had to be simple and safe to assemble, install and operate; it had to be economical yet durable; and it had to be efficient enough to cook 15 kilograms of meat in a few hours. The cooker has three panes of glazing, each separated by 6mm air spaces. The innermost pane is low-emissive, reducing heat loss from the cooking chamber. The glazing is angled at 30° with respect to the ground, maximizing efficiency at Jordan's latitude. Three stainless steel reflectors - two stationary and one adjustable - increase light reaching the cooking chamber. The inside of the cooking chamber is aluminum, while the external walls of the cooker are galvanized steel. The cooker is insulated with a type of rock wool used in conventional gas ovens. REB has also undertaken an off-the-grid guest house project, and solar cookers are expected to play a significant role in meeting its energy needs.

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Eng. M. Al Ta'ani, General Manager
Jordanian Renewable Energy Society
P.O. Box 1835
Irbed
Jordan

Mobile: +00962 777 418782

Email: mtaaninq@gmail.com

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