Haiti – New course at university aims to enable students to disseminate solar cooking practices, technology in nearby communities
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Haiti – New course at university aims to enable students to disseminate solar cooking practices, technology in nearby communities

Solar cooking classes began Saturday, October 20 for students at the University of Notre Dame of Haiti at Hinche (UNDH-H). Twenty-two biomedical and nursing degree students enrolled for this University-level elective course. The course will teach both theoretical… Read More

Olivia Alland – My Experience with Dirty Cook Stoves in East Africa

Hello, my name is Olivia Alland and I am excited for the opportunity to be interning with SHE this summer. I want to introduce myself and share some of my experiences regarding dirty cook stoves, as well as… Read More

Mexico social enterprise sells first 50 solar cookers

Part 1 of SHE’s project to support Lorena Harp in establishing her own Haines solar cooker enterprise in Oaxaca was successful, with Lorena achieving the milestone of selling 50 Haines solar cookers through her local “solar cooking ambassadors”… Read More

Promoting solar cooking in refugee camps in Chad

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SHE Co-founder Louise Meyer wins Leaders in Energy Award!

Louise Meyer wins the Leaders in Energy Award

Congratulations to SHE’s co-founder Louise Meyer for winning the Leaders in Energy Leadership Award! World War II/Traditionalist: Louise Meyer, Co-founder of Solar Household Energy. Meyer is passionate about solar and clean cooking methods and the benefits it can… Read More

Artwork by refugee Lunda Vicente on exhibit at GooDBuddY gallery

Join us for an exhibit Opening Reception: Friday 09/29th 6pm-8pm
Location: GooDBuddY Gallery, 410 Florida Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20001

ISO TC 285 Cookstoves Standards Update

SHE Director of Research Paul Arveson is participating in the development of an ISO standard for clean cookstoves. He attended the plenary meeting of the global ISO community in Ghana in Nov. 2015. A protocol for solar cooker… Read More

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