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The solar cooker that seeks its own place in the sun
by Kate Hodal
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5 January 2017
On 5 January 2017 The Guardian reported:
Solar cookers need to be moved during the day, an inconvenience that leads to some being discarded. But what if a clever unit did its own sun tracking? Roughly 3 billion people worldwide still cook on open fires or solid fuel stoves, according to the World Health Organisation, which estimates more than 4 million people die every year because of household pollution associated with such cooking measures. To address the inconvenience of using a standard solar cooker, South African electrical engineer Wilfred Leslie Owen Fritz has spent the past year developing a version that tracks the sun's rays automatically, allowing the user to leave it in the same place.
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The cooker is being piloted in various locations, including a Cape Town orphanage, a rural South African farming community, a low-income housing scheme, and a German research lab.
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