Category Archives: Powered by Solar

Coneybeare Cleantech Leaders Conference (Irvine) — May 14

An innovative technologies conference will be held on Thursday, May 14, 2015 from 9 am – 5 pm with a happy hour from 5 pm – 7  pm.  This event will be located at Eureka Building, 1621 Alton Parkway, Irvine, … Continue reading

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Off The Grid Expo (Huntington Beach) — December 7

The following is from http://www.oldworld.ws/off-the-grid-expo.html: Most families don’t even have food & water stored for the 3 days required, let alone a devastating natural disaster, a pandemic or an economic CRISIS which can last even longer. With all the overseas … Continue reading

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Solar Cooking Update

Sorry to neglect this blog for so long.    Homeschooling comes first, then projects, then blogging.  I have quite a backlog of resources I will post as soon have more time. For science fair, my son decided his project will be … Continue reading

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Welding, Sintering, & Cooking With A Fresnel Lens

Dan Rojas of Green Solar Science posted yet another amazing solar experiment on May 16, 2013.   What Dan solar weld at up to 3800 degrees Fahrenheit with concentrated sunlight at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drE54ctrHBY. ABOUT THE FRESNEL LENS The Fresnel lens was invented … Continue reading

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Portable Electrical Outlet

A small, super portable outlet that you stick to a sunny window to use solar power! Read the article for details.   Trust me.  You will be glad you did. I am looking forward to when this product is available in … Continue reading

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Home Heating and Cooling

COOLING What does a solar cook know about heating and cooling a home?  Well let me tell you!   After reading volumes of ideas from other solar cooks on what is the best insulation that won’t off-gas nasty chemicals on the … Continue reading

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Solar Cooking in the Fall

November 13, 2012 – It’s a clear, sunny day.  No clouds at all.    Today my son is baking a dozen pumpkin muffins. In our last experiment (November 7th).  We started too late in the day to have enough cooking time … Continue reading

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