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08/05/2012

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Rory  Welch

This is a wonderful solar grill.. This is totally amazing piece of art.

Chais Broun

WILSON SOLAR-POWERED GRILL are awesome..

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 Solar Panel Melbourne

The pictures you have added in your blog are really interesting and helpful for the person who wants to use solar panels. Its really amazing that the solar powered panels works automatically.

Solar Panel Melbourne

The pictures you have added in your blog are really interesting and helpful for the person who wants to use solar grills. Its really amazing that the solar powered panels automatically works and can cook .

Pugsy

No matter who develops this it sounds like a fantastic product and I hope it is soon available for export to the many starving refugee camps around the world.

RICHARD V. BRANDO

Hello, I hope that I found the email of the correct David Wilson. I am looking for the professor who developed the solar powered cooking grill.

If I have found you, I just wanted to mention something about your work.I discovered your solar cooker off of Facebook, and appreciate your invention and its impact that it will make, especially in areas where deforestation are a serious concern. I, myself, am interested in sustainable solutions to society needs, power generation, and green technologies. I read about your cooker, its 25 hour store capacity, and its 450 degree output, and immediately pictured how effective 2 or 4 of them together could generate sufficient heat to push a steam engine, sterling engine, or similar generator system. Parabolic solar reflector systems concentrate heat into a single point to push steam turbines, in Southwest USA. In areas where deforestation, and poverty are issues, a modified cooker-generator could be the answer to a village's electrical refrigeration power needs, or lights, or even keep a well pump, medical clinic or other systems operating. I read that you saw some of these conditions in Nigeria. I have been a supporter of African development programs for clean water, schools, and village improvement. Your place in MIT is especially great in potential for the possibilities surrounding your wonderful invention, and the modification potentials it can mean to peoples around the world.

I urge you professor Wilson, to take advantage of your amazing potential effect that you are positioned to access. I am looking forward, to hopefully, reading more great accomplishments of yours.

Thank you for your time.

Richard V. Brand

Bia Camille

Solar powered lights operate automatically. This is one particular function, built into many of these devices, that make them so useful. In order to conserve power, many of these products come with a sensor which is able to detect when it's dark outside.

Tommy

Charles,

Thank you for your comment on my blog post about the solar grill. Interesting that you developed something similar 20 years ago. I would suggest that you write to David Wilson at MIT or one of his students working on the project (A group of MIT students are working with the technology to develop a prototype solar grill. Derek Ham, Eric Uva, and Theodora Vardouli). Good luck to you, and hope you visit my blog regularly. Tommy

charles swet

There is a remarkable similarity between this concept and one that I described in a solar cooker paper presented at the 1992 ISES Conference, which also was based on a Fresnel lens and lithium nitrate latent heat. I suggest that you and/or Prof. Wilson look it up in the 1992 ISES proceedings, then get in touch with me. storage

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