Can a charcoal stove make a dent in Kenya’s biomass fuel consumption consumption? Burn Manufacturing, says they can. Check out their neat video.
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Please join us for a special webinar exploring the development and scaling up of alternative briquette fuel enterprises. March 5th from 10 – 11:30 am Eastern Standard Time Winrock & U.S. EPA Cook Stoves & Indoor Air U.S. EPA | Winrock International | Webinar Archive Charcoal Briquette Enterprise Development: Lessons from the Harvest Fuel Initiative March, 5, 2014 10:00 a.m – 11:30 a.m Eastern Standard Time (EST) Charcoal briquettes made from various types of biomass feedstock have the potential to displace unsustainably produced charcoal and significantly reduce biomass consumption, but there are several factors that need to be taken into consideration before scaling … Continue reading
It’s the end of the road for Bosch and Siemens’ plant oil cookstove.
Think of it as the Higgs Boson of energy poverty alleviation.
Seriously, though, this blog post comes to us from Harvest Fuel Initiative-partner, ARTI-Tanzania (a type of Large Hadron Collider on its own) and tells the whole story of how ARTI, The Charcoal Project and the Scale-Ups program at MIT’s D-Lab are coming together to help address one of the root causes of various social and environmental problems in the developing world: the dependence on wood and charcoal for cooking and heating in the developing world.
Is your institutional wood or charcoal stove gobbling up fuel faster than you can feed the sucker? Are you looking to sell institutional stoves? Do you want to know more about how these puppies work? Than search no further and sign up for this free webinar on March 7th!