A pioneering solar energy project is using green technology to improve the lives of isolated village
"One solar cooker can save up to two metric tons of carbon dioxide in a year if a family uses it constantly and that's quite a lot if you think there are about 40,000 people in this region."
- Christoph Muller, EcoAndina Foundation engineer
A pioneering solar energy project is using green technology to improve the lives of isolated villagers living beyond the reach of power lines on Argentina's windswept Andean plains.
(The solar stoves) have proved popular, saving villagers the work of gathering scarce firewood or buying pricey canisters of natural gas.