Last edited: 18 March 2022
TrinySol, under the direction of Gregor Schäpers, has built and installed the first commercial solar cooker in the entire Mexican Republic, in the town of San Andrés, state of Hidalgo. Six Scheffler Community Kitchen solar parabolas 10 m2 each, concentrate the sun's rays and the heat is used mainly for the production of agave syrup but also for cooking vegetables etc.
- August, 2014: TrinySol built and installed a series of reflectors in El Sauz, Mexico. The cookers are either 10-square-meters or 16-square-meters and can cook for up to 60 people, said Gregor Shapers. More info...
- January 2009: Agave syrup production – a sweet tradition goes solar - Gregor Schäpers
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Articles in the media
- October 2021: Cooking with the sun: Entrepreneurs help launch Mexico’s solar revolution - Mongabay (Same article in Spanish)
- Pictures of the Six Schefflers Gregor Schäpers built for the San Andreas Solar Coop - Schefflers that process the liquid women harvest from the maguey cactus then boil down to syrup (reduction to 10%), a health food used as a sugar substitute, which is excellent for diabetics.
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