The 2020 Annual Report is here!
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The 2020 Annual Report is here!

Dear friends of Solar Household Energy, Thank you for your interest and support for SHE.  Without your contributions we would be unable to offer low-income and remote communities in developing countries comprehensive programs introducing efficient, clean-energy solar cookstoves… Read More

100 Families Project

Family with donated groceries

In 2020, SHE joined forces with solar cooking expert Tom Sponheim, embracing his “100 families” project in Nairobi to lift up 100 families that sank into poverty due to Coronavirus pandemic effects. Using a new radically transparent model,… Read More

Mexico: Scaling up Lorena Harp’s Haines solar cooker enterprise

Solar cooking ambassador with community members and visitors

SHE first became engaged in promoting solar cooking in Mexico in 2003 after winning a “Development Marketplace” grant from the World Bank. Fifteen years later, 40,000 HotPotTM solar cookers have been disseminated worldwide, thanks to partnerships instigated by… Read More

please support our fundraising campaign for refugee women

Please see video below ↓ Refugee women in the Gaga refugee camp in Chad need your help to make cooking a joy, not a burden! Please support Solar Household Energy’s fundraising campaign to offer solar cookers to these… Read More

500 Kenyan refugee children learn to solar cook!

Click here to learn more and see video that aired on Nairobi television shortly after the Festival.

Solar cookers use free energy to save money for the poor

Improving Lives. Preserving Precious Resources.

Solar cookers cut carbon emissions and save resources

Improving Lives. Preserving Precious Resources.

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Solar Cooking Art by Congolese Refugee Lunda Vincente

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