SHE launching solar cooker enterprise in Mexico and bringing relief to Mexico earthquake victims

SHE launching solar cooker enterprise in Mexico and bringing relief to Mexico earthquake victims

SHE is excited to partner with Mexican solar cooking expert Lorena Harp to bring solar cooking to the rural women of Oaxaca State through a sustainable social enterprise. Lorena Harp has been promoting the HotPot and other solar… Read More

HotPots Aid Flood Victims In Tabasco, Mexico

by Richard Stolz, Spring 2008 Last November, one of the worst floods in Mexico‚Äôs history ravaged the southern state of Tabasco, displacing hundreds of thousands of residents for several weeks. In addition to the devastation caused to homes,… Read More

Solar Energy Week Brings Message Down to Earth in Mexico

by Talli Nauman, Herald/Mexico, October 9, 2006 National Solar Energy Week is like a breath of fresh air, set as it is against the backdrop of politicking over privatization of the Mexican petroleum industry in the upcoming presidential… Read More

Working With the World Bank and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Promote Solar Cooking

by Louise Meyer, July 2006 ABSTRACT Solar Household Energy Inc., an NGO based in Washington, D.C., has received financial support from the World Bank and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to disseminate solar cooking technology in rural Mexico…. Read More

World Vison Report: Kitchen Appliance Plugged into the Sun

Interview with SHE partner and Director of the Mexican Nature Conservation Fund and the Director of the Sierra Gordas Ecological Group in Mexico. Solar cookers require nothing more than the sun’s energy to heat up food. And in… Read More

Solar cooking catches fire in Mexican nature reserve

by Louise Meyer Cooking by direct energy from the sun now has a secure foothold in Mexico. This is the result of a successful three-week training program by Solar Household Energy (SHE) Inc. in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere… Read More