Solar Power Beginner is a website that gives you straightforward information on solar energy and what it can do for you. Listen to Louise’s interview.
Interview with solar cooking expert, Patricia McArdle on NPR’s Kojo Namdi Show on July 6, 2011 about her new novel, Farishta, and solar cooking in Afghanistan.
by Corbbmacc O’Connor – WAMU 88.5 D.I.Y. Food & Water If you lost power, how would you cook? If you were in a refugee camp, how would you filter water? Corbbmacc O’Connor tests two products — made by… Read More
by Pat McArdle, Summer 2009 On April 22nd, solar cooker advocates gathered at Google Headquarters in Mt. View, CA. for a day-long demo organized by SHE Board Chairman Pat McArdle and Mark Aubin, the founder of Google Earth. Google’s… Read More
by Pat McArdle, Spring 2009 Two conferences held this winter in India highlighted the importance of solar cooking in reducing indoor air pollution, deforestation, black carbon and the danger faced by women who must forage for wood. “Beyond… Read More
by Richard Stolz, Spring 2008 A large audience attended a panel presentation titled Solar cooking: Renewable energy at home for a greener, healthier and wealthier world, organized by SHE at the Washington International Renewable Energy Conference on March… Read More
by Bridget Huttenlocher, Fall 2007 Louise Meyer of Solar Household Energy spoke at the Living Green Pavilion at the Washington, DC Green Festival October 6th. In addition the HotPot was displayed at the festival where hundreds of visitors… Read More
by Patricia McArdle, Summer 2007 In late July, Solar Household Energy collaborated with a number of organizations to demonstrate solar cooking on Capitol Hill with the goal of raising awareness among legislators and their staff, and government agency… Read More
by Bridget Huttenlocher, April 17, 2007 Solar Household Energy exhibited the HotPot at the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air Conference in Bangalore, India. The conference was dedicated to sharing alternative technologies to reduce indoor air pollution and clean… Read More
by Bridget Huttenlocher, April 17, 2007 Solar Household Energy presented the HotPot at the annual Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS) January 2007conference in Kirkland, Washington. ETHOS is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to… Read More