The purpose of this service is to implement the use of solar cookers for the community in an effort to preserve renewable energy. The method used in this service consists of the preparation stage, the implementation stage, and the evaluation and monitoring stage. Partners in this service activity are fishing communities, womens totaling 32 people who live in Seunebok Baroh Village, Darul Aman, East Aceh. In the implementation of service, the community immediately practiced the use of solar cookers by frying crackers and eggs. From the results of the service, it was found that the community has gained knowledge about the use of solar cookers, succeeded in assembling solar cookers, and successfully operated solar cookers directly. This service has also succeeded in inviting the community to conserve renewable energy which is being promoted by the Government. The results of the monitoring show that the community is satisfied with the solar cooker used. The benefits are immediately felt, one of which is saving costs, especially for the economically weak community. While the results of the evaluation are that it is necessary to re-create a solar cooker whose users are not exposed to direct sunlight when cooking.