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'''Solar Energy International''' teaches an online workshop called [http://www.solarenergy.org/workshop-schedule?date=&location=&category=9 Renewable Energy for the Developing World] that includes a section on solar cooking. The center is located in the last virgin rainforest of Costa Rica’s Puriscal County. The property shares a significant border with the splendid La Cangreja national park, in Sabana Grande. Much of the six-day workshop will be hands on: participants will help a women’s cooperative build and use solar ovens, design and install a solar-electric system, and build a methane biodigester, amongst other things. The workshop will also include overviews of social and cultural issues related to working in the developing world. The registration fee of $650 covers food, lodging and all in-country transportation.
   
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*{{NewJan16}}'''October 3 - November 13, 2016: Appropriate Technology for the Developing World''' Are you interested in international development, humanitarian work, or helping others with renewable energy internationally? \If you answered yes, this course, put on by [[Solar Energy International]] is for you! The first section of this course surveys technologies that aim to improve people’s access to basic human needs: water and sanitation, food processing and cooking technologies, biomass, rural electrification, and appropriate building techniques. The second section of the class focuses on project development and implementation. Throughout this course the focus is on the community- their needs, how to guide decision makers to understand the benefits of different technologies, and how to learn from the community. Working with a community will ensure the success of an appropriate technology project. [http://www.solarenergy.org/courses/appropriate-technology-for-the-developing-world-online/?session=10965 Register here...]
   
Solar Energy International’s teaches an online workshop called [http://www.solarenergy.org/workshop-schedule?date=&location=&category=9 Renewable Energy for the Developing World] that includes a section on solar cooking. The center is located in the last virgin rainforest of Costa Rica’s Puriscal County. The property shares a significant border with the splendid La Cangreja national park, in Sabana Grande. Much of the six-day workshop will be hands on: participants will help a women’s cooperative build and use solar ovens, design and install a solar-electric system, and build a methane biodigester, amongst other things. The workshop will also include overviews of social and cultural issues related to working in the developing world. The registration fee of $650 covers food, lodging and all in-country transportation.
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*'''Renewable Energy for the Developing World''' is a class offered online by [[Solar Energy International]]. The six week course will explore different applications for renewable energy technologies in developing countries. Participants will learn how to successfully accomplish sustainable development projects with renewable energy. Case studies will be presented on solar cooking, rural household electrification, appropriate building technologies, rural health care and micro-enterprises utilizing renewable energy. Start dates include November 4th, 2012, and April 21st, and November 10th, 2014. [http://www.solarenergy.org/workshop-schedule?date=&location=&category=9 More information.]
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Email: [mailto:sei@solarenergy.org sei@solarenergy.org]<br>
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Solar Energy International teaches an online workshop called Renewable Energy for the Developing World that includes a section on solar cooking. The center is located in the last virgin rainforest of Costa Rica’s Puriscal County. The property shares a significant border with the splendid La Cangreja national park, in Sabana Grande. Much of the six-day workshop will be hands on: participants will help a women’s cooperative build and use solar ovens, design and install a solar-electric system, and build a methane biodigester, amongst other things. The workshop will also include overviews of social and cultural issues related to working in the developing world. The registration fee of $650 covers food, lodging and all in-country transportation.

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  • NEW: October 3 - November 13, 2016: Appropriate Technology for the Developing World Are you interested in international development, humanitarian work, or helping others with renewable energy internationally? \If you answered yes, this course, put on by Solar Energy International is for you! The first section of this course surveys technologies that aim to improve people’s access to basic human needs: water and sanitation, food processing and cooking technologies, biomass, rural electrification, and appropriate building techniques. The second section of the class focuses on project development and implementation. Throughout this course the focus is on the community- their needs, how to guide decision makers to understand the benefits of different technologies, and how to learn from the community. Working with a community will ensure the success of an appropriate technology project. Register here...

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Solar Energy International
P.O. Box 715
Carbondale, Colorado 81623
USA

Tel: +1 (970) 963-8855
Fax: +1 (970) 963-8866

Email: sei@solarenergy.org
Web: http://www.solarenergy.org
Twitter: @solarenergyintl

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