Solar Cooking Archive
A clearinghouse on solar cooking sites produced by Solar Cookers International, the largest U.S.-based solar cooking organization.
An international network on Gender and Sustainable Energy, its objective is to 'engender' energy through information exchange, training, research, advocacy and by taking action.
Promoters and Researchers In Non-Conventional Energy (PRINCE)
A volunteer-based group dedicated to creating a better world for everyone through the use of renewable energy, based in Dhule, India.
Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is a public-private partnership that seeks to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the environment by creating a thriving global market for clean and efficient household cooking solutions.
International Solar Energy Society
The implementation of technologies for food processing and conservation through solar energy can help to reduce poverty, improve local economic opportunities and health conditions, and reduce environmental damage. In particular in those countries with a high solar radiation potential proper solar technologies can assist sustainable development in small rural communities. However, the full potential still needs to be explored. In this project the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) intends to establish a global network of interested parties (NGO's, politicians, farmers, and experts), that will aim to gather, further develop and promote efficient methods of solar food processing and conservation.
Kyoto Twist Solar Cooking Society
The mission of the Kyoto Twist Solar Cooking Society is to support the spread of solar cooking in the world as a way of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating poverty.
SCI (Solar Cookers International)
Solar Cookers International is also a collaborator focused on helping economies through the use of solar energy.
100 Under $100 - One hundred tools for empowering global women
100 Under $100 explains, in easily understood prose, the challenges faced by the world’s billion+ most impoverished women. This book features solar cookers, and in particular, the HotPot.