INSTITUTIONAL SOLAR SCHEFFLER DISHES IN INDIA & ICNEER ECO-CENTER, VALSAD

Washington D.C. Premiere

INSTITUTIONAL SOLAR SCHEFFLER DISHES IN INDIA & ICNEER ECO-CENTER, VALSAD


Solar Household Energy, Inc. & Solar Cookers International

INSTITUTIONAL SOLAR SCHEFFLER DISHES IN INDIA & ICNEER ECO-CENTER, VALSAD (India, 1998 & 2003, 10 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere The building, installation and use of world’s largest solar cooking systems that provide 1,200 to 30,000 meals a day for schools, hospitals and ashrams are shown in this film. Powered by steam from “Scheffler” solar dishes and heat exchanges, these institutional solar cookers were developed by the non-profit International Center for Networking, Ecology, Education & Reintegration (ICNEER) and the for-profit Gadhia Solar Energy Systems (GSES), both located in Valsad, India. These two groups collaborate closely with two European non-governmental organizations, ULOG, Switzerland, and SolarBruecke, Germany. Produced by Rishi Films (contracted by Deepak Gadhia, Director of ICNEER Eco-Center).

Shown as part of a program on solar cookers, along with the films SUNCOOKERS and HOTPOT SOLAR OVEN REVOLUTION.

Discussion with solar energy experts Louise Meyer, Founder and Board Member of Solar Household Energy and Pat McArdle, Board Member of Solar Household Energy and Solar Cookers International.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations needed.

Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives Lecture Hall 102,

1201 17th St., NW (METRO: Farragut North)

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