ماذا حل بمحرك الطاقة الشمسیة الأول؟ –
What happend to the No1 Sun Engine?

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أول محطة رفع طاقة شمسية في العالم والتي إفتتحت عام ١٩١٣ واستمر تشغيلها لفترة أقل من عام، اختفت في دروب التاريخ. والآن تغطي المبانى والرمال موقع المحطة في حي المعادي جنوبي القاهرة.
إذا كنت قد سمعت قط بهذا المشروع ذي الرؤية السابقة لعصرها،  رجاء تدوين تعليقك هنا على هذا الموقع اوكتابة حكايات سمعتها من أجدادك حول كيف وظفوا الشمس للعمل.

The world’s first industrial-size solar power plant, completed 1913 and in operation for less than a year, has disappeared from history. At present, sand and houses cover the former location in Maadi, south of Cairo.

If you have any information concerning this visionary project, please feel free to write a comment here on this blog about your memories or any stories your grandparents may have told you about how the sun was put to work.

Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller

December 8, 2008 @ 12:13

This blog is open for information and discussions about the «No1 Solar Engine» built in Maadi, Cairo 1913. You don’t need to enter your e-mail address (witch is not shown to the public anyway) but if you want to give us the possibility to contact you, please do.

Suzanne

December 14, 2008 @ 19:06

Nice! Thought you might find this article useful:
American Inventor Uses Egypt’s Sun for Power (July 2, 1916):
http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=990CE7DF1E3FE233A25751C0A9619C946796D6CF

Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller

December 14, 2008 @ 23:54

dear suzanne
we are very excited about the link you were posting here. we did a lot of research about this particular solar plant, but never got to this article. thanks a lot.

محمود

December 15, 2008 @ 9:13

WWWWWWWWWWWWWWow
I’m hungry to know anything more about the project.

Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller

December 16, 2008 @ 20:42

THE LATEST IDEA OF MODERN EGYPT

Samir Raafat was one of the celebrities coming to the opening yesterday. He did some research in the archives of Cairo and brought with him the following articles. We finally know that the official dedication of the sun power plant at Maadi was on the 11th of July 1913.

http://www.egy.com/maadi/solar-energy.pdf

Mr eMoO

December 23, 2008 @ 1:38

can i know whers in maadi exatley????

Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller

December 23, 2008 @ 9:42

It’s on 101 street number 6, at the second entrance to Maadi, right next to the gasoline station (Total) behind the fountain. There are big posters and writings on the wall, so you can’t miss it. Find a Google map here:

http://maps.google.com/maps/

mahmoud abd el aziem hassan

January 16, 2009 @ 15:00

{this is my education so i need a job in this field ,if you need me call me on this number (+020121288541 or +020822516279 or mahmoudengine_13504858@yahoo.com)}

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Than Hansen

January 27, 2009 @ 21:49

What an interesting project, and I wish I had heard of this before. I wonder why it was kept under the radar, and if the inventors of solar tube arrays (forgive the inaccurate terminology) in California and other US states, based the product on the No 1 Sun Engine.

It got me thinking about something. I am not a filmmaker myself, but I was thinking of making a documentary about how much of a forceful negative influence John D. Rockefeller and his fellow Robber Barons had in suppressing the development of non fossil fuel based energy sources. Does anyone know if he and other oilmen directed any efforts to make oil king over other options?

Did the No 1 Solar Engine fall by the wayside on its own accord, or was there some outside national interest (U.S.) dictating its viability? I hope Egypt and its neighbors see the light, and begin to rapidly promote alternative energy sources as oil runs out, and perhaps the Solar Engine will be reborn!

ahmed atef

February 11, 2009 @ 12:58

i want to know all inf about that plz

louis m iatarola

February 12, 2009 @ 17:52

I have information about Shuman’s work here in the US and in Cairo in the archives of the Historical Society of Tacony in Philadelphia. If anyone is doing research about the subject feel free to contact me.

Mido

September 16, 2009 @ 21:48

i saw the site name on a wall , honsetly i dont know anything about this are u egyptians !

Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller

September 16, 2009 @ 21:55

hello. you may read the text in the section “press release” to see what is behind this project. and no, we are not egyptians. we are two swiss artists who were invited to the cairo international biennale.

franky

October 23, 2009 @ 13:23

Read it on a wall in Maadi and I want to I understand I am a fan of science

Anonymous

February 19, 2010 @ 14:15

i have got this website from a wall writing, i think the wall is at the location supposed to be the one that hosted the project. how comes that there are no remains at all for such a huge project ?? are you sure that it was in that exact location ??

barry wenhold

June 24, 2010 @ 6:17

amazing… i remember these images from grade-school – 40 years ago. it was explained as an example of solar energy; parabolic mirrors focusing sunlight onto iron pipes to produce steam. they never told us that it was defunct, or that all of this apparatus only produced 50hp. turn-of-the-century industrialized nations were quit grand, weren’t they. damned shame about that war.
i am puzzled by the irony of the dates, though: completed in 1913 at an all-time record-breaking low solar minimum – interest renewed here in 2008 (now 2010), another record-breaking low solar minimum, the lowest since that date.

eng . mike samir

October 6, 2010 @ 11:32

whats happend ? I want to know….the question on the wall in maadi attracted me to know…. I thought the answer was in the site…..pls if u know tell us
and are there any other new and effective projects or tech. in this field.
thank you Christina Hemauer | Roman Keller about your care.
I am from maadi thx again

Eng Mohamed Ramadan

November 12, 2010 @ 18:41

Do you know the full story?
I am really interesting to know it.

A. Benway

March 27, 2011 @ 3:30

Mark’s handbook (of engineering) 1940 contains some discussion of this plant

A. Benway

March 27, 2011 @ 3:49

Vastly superior coatings now permit a considerable improvement in such power-plants. In areas with direct sunlight they represent a clearly superior method of extracting power from the sun, and doing it at a modest cost without exhaling CO2. The “problem” isn’t technical or even practical, it’s political. Oil and coal create the necessity of centralized and capital-intensive operations that, while distributing electrical power, function to collect and concentrate money and economic power – which in turn controls the political arena. The pols are locked in a dance with the oil and coal operations, at everybody else’s expense…

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January 23, 2012 @ 16:13

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Mohammed

December 27, 2012 @ 6:10

Hi,

This is impressive work and thank you very much for the info.

As an advocate for renewable energy, I am really proud to know of an Arab and Egyptian early contribution to solar energy. I hope one day we can visit this site!
I would like to share this with our readers on http://www.ecomena.org.

Thank you.

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