Our product is constantly being developed, we always want to become better. One project going on right now is performed by our two master students Oskar and Morgan. They are studying mechanical engineering, with a focus on product development and construction technique. At the moment, they are working with us at Solar Bora to develop … Continue reading Ongoing product development: focus on batteries
As stated in yesterdays post, there are health problems associated with the traditional cooking of food, when charcoal and fire wood is used. On top of that, it takes long time. For the small group of women that got to try our system during our first trial, every meal took approximately two hours to cook … Continue reading Cooking in Mali – the Solar Bora way
An important part of our work is to really understand the pros and cons with the systems in place today VS our system, to know what our company actually can do to improve the live of our customers. Something we have heard and seen many times, and now also documented, is the problem with the … Continue reading Cooking in Mali – the traditional way
One of the Sustainable development goals that might be a bit difficult to know how to handle is number 13 - climate action. This is a goal concerning basically everything we do, since most of our actions and choices in some way will affect the planet. Greenhouse gas emissions from human activities are driving the … Continue reading Sustainable development goal #13
We have now officially initiated the construction of our first customer project in Kenya! This has been done with the help of both the county governor of Bungoma, Wycliffe Wafula Wangamati, and our own Swedish county governor Elisabeth Nilsson. Here are some pictures from the event!