Cocina solar en Haití

horno-espejos-150150-01Desde GoSol.org hemos recibido información sobre un proyecto que se desarrolló en Haití, con un equipo haitiano, para construir una cocina solar, todo con materiales disponibles localmente. 

En lo que sigue, usted podrá acceder a más información sobre esta actividad.

Fotos:

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Winter, Mackenson, Taylor and Caroline each with a pizza ready to be baked in GoSol.org’s high powered solar concentrator.
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Fabienne Dorleans is a baking college graduate and has teamed up with GoSol.org to make a Solar Fire powered bakery in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Mackenson fine tunes the mirrors on GoSol's Solar Fire concentrator at Sakala in Cité Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Mackenson fine tunes the mirrors on GoSol’s Solar Fire concentrator at Sakala in Cité Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Islande is, for the first time in her life, cooking rice and beans without burning any charcoal.
Islande is, for the first time in her life, cooking rice and beans without burning any charcoal.
A man from Clercine in Port-au-Prince showing off his rainproof stash of charcoal. 90% of Haitians cook exclusively with charcoal.
A man from Clercine in Port-au-Prince showing off his rainproof stash of charcoal. 90% of Haitians cook exclusively with charcoal.
Too many cooks in the kitchen? Marie, Fabienne and Islande preparing pastries to be baked in GoSol.org's high powered solar oven
Too many cooks in the kitchen? Marie, Fabienne and Islande preparing pastries to be baked in GoSol.org’s high powered solar oven
On the roof of Haiti Communitere, Solar Chef Islande prepares herbs and spices for a traditional Creole dish. GoSol.org's unique design of solar cooker allows the cook to stand in the shade while cooking with the sun.
On the roof of Haiti Communitere, Solar Chef Islande prepares herbs and spices for a traditional Creole dish. GoSol.org’s unique design of solar cooker allows the cook to stand in the shade while cooking with the sun.
These kids couldn't believe that one solar cooker cooked so much rice and beans. GoSol.org's 'Solar Fire' cookers can cook for as many as 60 people per day.
These kids couldn’t believe that one solar cooker cooked so much rice and beans. GoSol.org’s ‘Solar Fire’ cookers can cook for as many as 60 people per day.
This group of solar chefs was very impressed by how quickly GoSol.org's solar cooker cooked this mountain of rice and beans.
This group of solar chefs was very impressed by how quickly GoSol.org’s solar cooker cooked this mountain of rice and beans.

Fuente de fotos: Comunicado de prensa GoSol 7 de enero 2015


Información recibida de William Weaver, solarfire.org