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Last updated: 23 January 2014      
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Vivek Kabra explains the benefits of solar to young students, 1-23-14

Vivek Kabra explains the benefits of solar cooking to young students.

Vivek Kabra lives in the Mumbai area of India, where he has used his scientific background to empower child and adults to eat food cooked in solar cookers. He is the creator of Suryakumbha, literally, a festive gathering celebrating the power of the sun. It involves a series of workshops conducted across the country, focused exclusively on hands-on experience with solar energy.

He was encouraged to start his solar cooking campaign after having lived with solar cooking growing up. His mother solar cooked throughout his childhood, and he thought solar cooking was the norm for everyone. Frustrated that solar cooking was being passed over by his local scientific community, only fueled his desire to spread awareness of the potential for solar cooking. Solar energy is available for free across the country and there is no transportation cost involved.

All the operations of Suryakumbha are run from Jalna district in Maharashtra, which lies 60 km (37 miles) from Aurangabad.

Read more about Vivek in this interview done in 2014.

Recent news and developments

Suryakumbh 2014

3,484 children from 80+ schools participated in the world's largest solar cooking class in Mumbai. Read more...

  • India raises the bar for the world's largest solar cooking class - "As many as 3,484 children from over 80 schools participated in the largest solar cooking initiative Suryakumbha on January 4th, which has qualified as an entry to the Guinness Book of World Records. The emergence of renewable sources of energy as an answer to the imminent exhaustion of conventional energy sources pushed a Bhayander NGO, Keshav Srushti, to start with the most influential members of society, children." The class was held in Mumbai, India. Read more...

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Contact

Vivek Kabra
293, Ram krishna, Besides Parshwabhoomi Press
Sambhaji Nagar, Jalna, Maharashtra 431203
India

Tel.: +91 9960686393

Email: vvk557@gmail.com

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