Last edited: 5 November 2020
Sharon Clausson has been interested in solar cooking since the eighties. She has experimented with several designs of her own, as well as constructing many of the other designs available to be able to test the efficiency and practical value of each.
Her most recent project is a solar panel design cooker offered as a kit, the Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light. It is quickly assembled, and can be taken apart and used for place mats, and also a reflective aid for a lantern.
- September 2019: Improvements to the Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light - Sharon Clausson has added snaps to the border of the reflective panels for easier and precise positioning. New cookers receive this modification.
- September 2017: A Maker’s Journey to Help Refugees Cook Food with the Sun - Makezine
- December 2014: Sharon has provided an instructional video and separate assembly instructions for individuals and groups wishing to make their own Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light panel cookers. See:The Copenhagen Solar Oven assembly instructions.
- A Comparison of Copenhagen Solar Cookers with Other Similar Sized Solar Cookers (Slides, Paper) - Sharon Clausson
Articles in the media
- September 2019: Gujarat Man Teaches Tribal Women to Make Solar Cookers That Cost Just Rs 100! - The Better India
- September 2017: A Maker’s Journey to Help Refugees Cook Food with the Sun
Audio & video
- October 2020
- Sharon Clausson demonstrates the construction of the Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light panel cooker to a group of school children
- May 2018: Sharon Clausson interview at CONSOLFOOD 2018 - Michael Bonke interviewed Sharon about the Copenhagen Solar Cooker Light and her impressions of the CONSOLFOOD 2018 conference. The interview begins in German for the first minute and then changes to English for the majority of the program.