Fall 2016 MSTE Friday Lunch Series - Cooking with Stored Solar Energy in C-U, The Navajo Nation, and Haiti
Champaign , USA
The "Cooking with Stored Solar Energy in C-U" event will take place in Champaign on Dec. 2, 2016, as part of the MSTE Friday Lunch Series.
The stored solar thermal energy research group in the College of Engineering and at the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) has developed a portable cookstove that stores solar energy. This stove was designed for the energy impoverished areas across the globe, and as a solution to the Global Cooking Problem. Cooking results and lessons learned from our initial test sites in the Navajo Nation, Les Cayes, Haiti, and in kitchens across Champaign-Urbana will be discussed.
Free and open to the public.
Office for Mathematics, Science, & Technology Education (MSTE)