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The '''Recycled Cardboard Parabolic Cooker''' design was developed in 1989 by [[Luis Seguel]], an industrial designer working at Valparaiso Universtity in [[Chile]]. As the name implies, it uses recycled cardboard to create the structure for the reflector dish of this [[parabolic solar cooker]]. Seguel has founded the company, Solaria, to create and market products including photovoltaics, solar cookers, solar dryers, and solar hot water systems.
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The '''Recycled Cardboard Parabolic Cooker''' design was developed in 1989 by [[Luis Seguel]], an industrial designer working at Valparaiso Universtity in [[Chile]]. As the name implies, it uses recycled cardboard to create the structure for the reflector dish of this [[parabolic solar cooker]]. Seguel has founded the company, Solaria, to create and market products including photovoltaics, solar cookers, solar dryers, and solar hot water systems.
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==Audio and visual==
 
==Audio and visual==
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
[[Luis Seguel]]<br>
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[[Luis Seguel]]<br />
Solaria<br>
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Solaria<br />
Avenida Segunda 128 D, Quilpué<br>
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Avenida Segunda 128 D, Quilpué<br />
 
Valparaiso, [[Chile]]
 
Valparaiso, [[Chile]]
   

Latest revision as of 21:11, June 17, 2015

Last updated: May 9, 2011      
Recycled Cardboard Solar Cooker diagram
Recycled Cardboard Solar Cooker manufacturing

The Recycled Cardboard Parabolic Cooker design was developed in 1989 by Luis Seguel, an industrial designer working at Valparaiso Universtity in Chile. As the name implies, it uses recycled cardboard to create the structure for the reflector dish of this parabolic solar cooker. Seguel has founded the company, Solaria, to create and market products including photovoltaics, solar cookers, solar dryers, and solar hot water systems.

Audio and visualEdit

  • May 2007:
Cocina Solar00:56

Cocina Solar

External linksEdit

ContactEdit

Luis Seguel
Solaria
Avenida Segunda 128 D, Quilpué
Valparaiso, Chile

Tel: + 56 (32) 2918986

Email: lseguel@chilesat.cl

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