1. Solar roots is an American non-profit NGO offering renewable energy hardware, training, and expertise to people in several countries. Myanmar, Madagascar, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Tanzania, Haiti
  2. From Horticulture Innovation Lab researchers at UC Davis, the chimney solar dryer is designed to provide efficient drying even in hazy or partially cloudy conditions, using inexpensive and readily available materials. Other features of this design include: The chimney ensures continuous air flow...
  3. The BGET provides hands-on appropriate technology training and financial support to village innovators in ethnic minority areas on both sides of the Thai/Burma border. BGET’s Knowledge Base offers a wealth of technical downloads in English and Thai related to renewable energy technologies for...
  4. 2008-10-20 Description of a village-level technology solar dryer for Moringa leaves.
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  6. 2016-03-17 This video explains how to dry grains after harvest by building a low-cost High Velocity Solar Grain Dryer. Drying grain is important because it reduces the chance for mold growth in the grain, which will increase its storage life as well as ensuring that it will sell at a higher price. When you...
  7. 2016-03-18 This video explains how to dry grains after harvest by using the High Velocity Solar Grain Dryer. Drying grain is important because it reduces the chance for mold growth in the grain, which will increase its storage life as well as ensuring that it will sell at a higher price. Instructions on how...
  8. Appropediais the site for collaborative solutions insustainability,povertyreduction andinternational developmentthrough the use of soundprinciplesandappropriate technologyand the sharing of wisdom andprojectinformation. It is awiki, a type of website which allows anyone to add, remove, or edit...
  9. Solar C³ities is an international platform with the intention of providing an open-source virtual Hackspace for "Biogas Innoventors and Practitioners" and training for all those researching, developing and deploying sustainable solutions for flourishing societies. Politically we define ourselves...
  10. 2016-01-20 This case study describes the community of a small village called Ingotse in Kakamega county in western Kenya. Like most rural, food-insecure communities in sub-Saharan Africa, Ingotse village relied on rain-fed agriculture for production of staple crops. Farmers in this village raised some funds...