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[[Natalia Blackburn]] is a registered mechanical engineer and principal of Blackburn Engineering. She lives with her family in Shingle Springs, {{state|California}}, [[USA]], and has been active with the [[Solar Cookers International]] organization since 1998.
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[[Natalia Blackburn]] is a registered mechanical engineer and principal at Blackburn Engineering. She lives with her family in Shingle Springs, {{state|California}}, [[USA]], and has been active with the [[Solar Cookers International]] organization since 1998.
   
 
==Recent news and developments==
 
==Recent news and developments==
*'''July 2013:''' [[Media:Our_Envir_Handprint_IEEE_Paper_6-14-13wc.pdf|Our Environmental Handprint]] ''© 2013, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Presented at the 2013 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability.'' The IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability will be Aug. 1-2, 2013 in Portland, {{State|Oregon}}, [[USA]].
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*'''July 2015''': ''Quantifying Energy Savings of Solar Cookers in U.S. Households'', see below for link to video presentation, SCI Regional Convention 2015.
*'''October 2012:''' Natalia developed and conducted the [[USA Solar Survey]], which began in the last quarter of 2012. The objective of this study is to develop a set of protocols to measure energy savings and dollar savings attributable to the use of solar cookers in USA residential households. Results should be available in later in 2013.
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*'''September 2014''': Kitchen appliances of solar cooking households were instrumented to measure real-time energy savings. Portable loggers and monitoring techniques commonly used in energy auditing and commissioning in the U.S. were adapted to measuring energy consumption of residential kitchens. During this pilot study three solar cooking households were instrumented for two weeks with daily records of cooking activities maintained by participants.
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*'''July 2014''': [[Media:SCInet_Blackburn_paper_final.pdf|Characteristics of Solar Cooking Households in the United States: Comparison with the U.S. RECS Survey]], ''Solar Cookers International, Proceedings of the SCInet Solar Cooking Convention 2014''.
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*'''July 2014:''' [[Media:SOLAR2014_0281_final paper 7-2014.pdf|Quantifying Energy Savings of Thermal Solar Cookers in U.S. Households]] ''© 2014, American Solar Energy Society, Proceedings of the 2014 National Solar Conference (SOLAR2014)''.
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*'''July 2013:''' [[Media:Our_Envir_Handprint_IEEE_Paper_6-14-13wc.pdf|Our Environmental Handprint]] ''© 2013, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers''. Presented at the 2013 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability, in Portland, {{State|Oregon}}, [[USA]].
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*'''October 2012 - April 2013:''' Natalia developed and conducted the [[USA Solar Survey]], which began in the last quarter of 2012. The objective of this study is to develop a set of protocols to measure energy savings and dollar savings attributable to the use of solar cookers in USA residential households.
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*'''July 2015:''' Natalia Blackburn: Quantifying Energy Savings of Solar Cookers in U.S. Households: The Feasibility of Measuring the Savings
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==See also==
 
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Shingle Springs, {{State|California}}<br>
 
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[[USA]]
 
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Tel.: +1 530-417-6885
 
   
 
Email: [mailto:natalia.a.blackburn@gmail.com natalia.a.blackburn@gmail.com]
 
Email: [mailto:natalia.a.blackburn@gmail.com natalia.a.blackburn@gmail.com]
<br />Facebook: [[Solar Cookers International]], Sacramento, California. [https://www.facebook.com/SolarCookers?fref=ts#!/notes/solar-cookers-international/solar-cooking-survey/519367131430008 "Go here for the buzz."]<br />Twitter: Solar Cookers International at #USsolarcooksurvey
 
 
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Latest revision as of 18:47, January 29, 2016

Last updated: January 29, 2016      
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Natalia Blackburn

Natalia Blackburn is a registered mechanical engineer and principal at Blackburn Engineering. She lives with her family in Shingle Springs, California, USA, and has been active with the Solar Cookers International organization since 1998.

Recent news and developmentsEdit

  • July 2015: Quantifying Energy Savings of Solar Cookers in U.S. Households, see below for link to video presentation, SCI Regional Convention 2015.
  • September 2014: Kitchen appliances of solar cooking households were instrumented to measure real-time energy savings. Portable loggers and monitoring techniques commonly used in energy auditing and commissioning in the U.S. were adapted to measuring energy consumption of residential kitchens. During this pilot study three solar cooking households were instrumented for two weeks with daily records of cooking activities maintained by participants.
  • July 2014: Characteristics of Solar Cooking Households in the United States: Comparison with the U.S. RECS Survey, Solar Cookers International, Proceedings of the SCInet Solar Cooking Convention 2014.
  • July 2014: Quantifying Energy Savings of Thermal Solar Cookers in U.S. Households © 2014, American Solar Energy Society, Proceedings of the 2014 National Solar Conference (SOLAR2014).
  • July 2013: Our Environmental Handprint © 2013, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Presented at the 2013 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability, in Portland, Oregon, USA.
  • October 2012 - April 2013: Natalia developed and conducted the USA Solar Survey, which began in the last quarter of 2012. The objective of this study is to develop a set of protocols to measure energy savings and dollar savings attributable to the use of solar cookers in USA residential households.

Audio and videoEdit

  • July 2015: Natalia Blackburn: Quantifying Energy Savings of Solar Cookers in U.S. Households: The Feasibility of Measuring the Savings
Blackburn Quantifying Energy Savings08:11

Blackburn Quantifying Energy Savings

  • July 2014:
Blackburn Characteristics of solar cooking households in the US09:33

Blackburn Characteristics of solar cooking households in the US

See alsoEdit

ContactEdit

Natalia Blackburn
Shingle Springs, California
USA

Email: natalia.a.blackburn@gmail.com

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