Solar Cooking of Lunch Rice For Factory Managers (Cambodia)

A photo of a pilot project we did in 2013 to cook the rice of that factory's Managers for lunches, using solar.

It was fun. We used it to teach workers and to reach out to the surrounding community.

The daily capacity of the setup was limited to 2 of the pans you see pictured. Not enough for anything except for education purposes.

Project Location:  Takmao, Cambodia

Project Cost: USD 375

Project Mission:  What Does a Sustainable Factory Look Like in a Cambodian Context?

This solar set up was used as a tangible focal point to give attention to very easy ways to develop simple but effective ways for to start programs for recycling and reducing waste (fabric bits, power needed to sustain air pressure hoses, steam pressing pipe insulation, heat reflecting roof applications, etc).