Morpho Solar is a spin-off company from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology(NTNU) in Norway. Their technology development is based on eight years of research from NTNU, working with seven cooperative African universities.
The founders of the group are Even Larsen and Guro Seim, with backgrounds in education, social science, and material technology.
Their goal is to let people in developing countries be able to cook more efficiently and safely at all hours of the day. They are working on a system to enable solar cooking after sunset by constructing and testing small scale concentrating solar heat collectors with integrated heat storage units.
Recent news and developmentsEdit
- October 2014: Guro Seim, CEO of Morpho Solar, announced a breakthrough in the heat storage capabilities for solar cookers. They hope to have a production model ready within a year and a half. The breakthrough was recognized with a $8,000 USD award from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy this past August. The company will begin selling the cooker in Europe, and under an agreement with Cambridge, Mass.-based One Earth Designs in the United States. Read more...
Articles in the mediaEdit
- October 2014: Solar Cookers Get Hot - IEEE Spectrum
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