Wolfgang Scheffler (inventor)

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Scheffler cooker at JNV school in Leh, India.

Wolfgang Scheffler (born 1956) is the inventor/promoter of Scheffler Reflectors, large, flexible parabolic reflecting dishes that concentrate sunlight for solar cooking in community kitchens, bakeries, and in the world's first solar-powered crematorium.[1] By early 2008, over 2000 [2] large cookers of his design had been built distributed worldwide including the world's largest solar cooker.[3]

Schaeffler was born in Innsbruck, Austria, and received the Special Recognition Award at the 2006 Nuclear-Free Future Award,[4]

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