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Dr. '''Salih Hamadto''' is the founder of [[Solar Energy Enterprises]], a metal fabrication company operating in [[Sudan]]. A former professor of physics in optics, Dr. Hamadto started his company in 1985. His focus with the company has been to provide a number of contracting and consulting services in the areas of solar energy utilization and rural community development. This has involved the fabrication of water filtration systems and a variety of solar cookers.
 
Dr. '''Salih Hamadto''' is the founder of [[Solar Energy Enterprises]], a metal fabrication company operating in [[Sudan]]. A former professor of physics in optics, Dr. Hamadto started his company in 1985. His focus with the company has been to provide a number of contracting and consulting services in the areas of solar energy utilization and rural community development. This has involved the fabrication of water filtration systems and a variety of solar cookers.
   
 
The production of their solar cookers began in 1990. His emphasis has been creating high quality, rugged equipment of metal construction. An important part of this process has been to also train hundreds of skilled technicians to complete the work. Besides technicians, his company has sponsored many students in their completion of bachelor and master degrees in science.
 
The production of their solar cookers began in 1990. His emphasis has been creating high quality, rugged equipment of metal construction. An important part of this process has been to also train hundreds of skilled technicians to complete the work. Besides technicians, his company has sponsored many students in their completion of bachelor and master degrees in science.
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[[File:SEEC-_parabolic_cooker,_S._Hamadto,_5-4-16.png|thumb|300px|Student at [[SEEC]] training facility - ''Photo: [[Salih Hamadto]]'']]
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*{{NewMay16}}'''May 2016:''' [[Salih Hamadto]], Director of the [[Solar Energy Enterprises Company]] (SEEC), presents a summary of the training they provide to students of sustainable technologies, developed for both household and institutional scale projects. Solar cooking is very much part of the program incorporating [[parabolic]] and [[box cooker]]s. Read his report: [[Media:Solar_Energy_Enterprises_Sudan_2010.pdf|(SEEC) Industrial Development of Solar Cookers in Sudan]] - ''[[Salih Hamadto]]''
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*{{NewApr16}}'''April 2016:''' [[Salih Hamadto]] writes: "Solar Cooking on Earth Day - We show some recent public lunches. They were meant to promote solar cooking, especially in the eyes of aid workers and government officials. The first post depicts photos of a public lunch thrown a few months ago during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of [[Practical Action]], an NGO that has operated in [[Sudan]] for over 40 years. The main theme was “Technology Justice”: The Global Right to Access Sustainable Technologies. Following a talk I gave, and the very comprehensive solar lunch, it was universally agreed that solar cooking is an overlooked opportunity for technology justice in Sudan and Sub-Saharan Africa. A dialogue was started to deal with this. The celebration was under the patronage of Dr Tahani Abdalla Attia, Minister of Communications and Information Technology."
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Solar Energy Enterprises]]
 
*[[Solar Energy Enterprises]]
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*[http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100520192048/solarcooking/images/b/b5/Solar_Energy_Enterprises_Sudan_2010.pdf (SEEC) Industrial Development of Solar Cookers in Sudan]
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100520192048/solarcooking/images/b/b5/Solar_Energy_Enterprises_Sudan_2010.pdf (SEEC) Industrial Development of Solar Cookers in Sudan]
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*https://www.facebook.com/hamadto.solar
   
 
==Contact==
 
==Contact==
Dr.'''Salih Hamadto'''
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Dr. '''Salih Hamadto'''
   
Tel. +249 912392526
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Tel. +249 912392526
   
[mailto:hamadtosa@hotmail.com hamadtosa@hotmail.com]
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Email: [mailto:hamadtosa@hotmail.com hamadtosa@hotmail.com]<br/>
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hamadto.solar
 
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Dr. Salih Hamadto is the founder of Solar Energy Enterprises, a metal fabrication company operating in Sudan. A former professor of physics in optics, Dr. Hamadto started his company in 1985. His focus with the company has been to provide a number of contracting and consulting services in the areas of solar energy utilization and rural community development. This has involved the fabrication of water filtration systems and a variety of solar cookers.

The production of their solar cookers began in 1990. His emphasis has been creating high quality, rugged equipment of metal construction. An important part of this process has been to also train hundreds of skilled technicians to complete the work. Besides technicians, his company has sponsored many students in their completion of bachelor and master degrees in science.

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SEEC- parabolic cooker, S. Hamadto, 5-4-16

Student at SEEC training facility - Photo: Salih Hamadto

Salih Hamadto April 2016

Photo: Salih Hamadto

  • NEW: April 2016: Salih Hamadto writes: "Solar Cooking on Earth Day - We show some recent public lunches. They were meant to promote solar cooking, especially in the eyes of aid workers and government officials. The first post depicts photos of a public lunch thrown a few months ago during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Practical Action, an NGO that has operated in Sudan for over 40 years. The main theme was “Technology Justice”: The Global Right to Access Sustainable Technologies. Following a talk I gave, and the very comprehensive solar lunch, it was universally agreed that solar cooking is an overlooked opportunity for technology justice in Sudan and Sub-Saharan Africa. A dialogue was started to deal with this. The celebration was under the patronage of Dr Tahani Abdalla Attia, Minister of Communications and Information Technology."

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Dr. Salih Hamadto

Tel. +249 912392526

Email: hamadtosa@hotmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hamadto.solar

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