P29 Making energy futures: tools and practices constructing the long-term Olivier Ejderyan, TdLab, ETH Zurich Switzerland & Carla Alvial, NUMIES, UDP Solar energy technologies (SET): when the future never comes. SET are always in the future, at least, since 1872. For instance, solar energy for desalted water seems to achieve their aims several times, although those technologies were discarded two times, first at XIX century … Continue reading Coming Soon! XXII Jornadas de Historia de Chile (October) & Knowledge, Culture, Ecologies. [KCE2017] (November).
Santiago de Chile, April 10, 2017. An interview was published by “El Ciudadano”, on line journal, spreading results and work in progress about the research focused on solar energy technologies. The whole interview is available, in spanish language, here. And a video by ALADYR Seminar 2012 here. Continue reading XIX c. Solar desalination and the chilean press.
Summary Three Anglo-Saxon engineers carried out in 1883 and 1884 a debate about the use of solar energy for the desalination of water while a Chilean one informed to the minister of the interior Jose Manuel Balmaceda of the existence of this technology; The relevance of these events – whose central scenario was the Atacama Desert – merits a thorough review for their ideological implications … Continue reading “The Solar Energy Debate for the Desalination of Water in 1884: Traces of Parallel Speeches.”
By PhD Nelson Arellano-Escudero Calle Camila 125B, Cerro La Loma. Valparaiso, Chile. +56973923780 :: +34684385905 This dossier consist in: 3 minutes video (Spanish with english subtitles) awarded by Society of History of the Technology (SHOT): http://vimeo.com/channels/shotdissvideo/102264305 Papers (spanish language): 1. Informal report via blog: http://lasalinas.wordpress.com/ 2. First paper, It was published in Catalonia, Spain, by Quaderns de l’ Historia de l’ Enginyeria (2011) https://upcommons.upc.edu/revistes/handle/2099/11722 3. … Continue reading Dossier History of industrial solar energy desalination in XIXth c.