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Many conventional stoves cause adverse health and environmental effects due to indoor air pollution, deforestation and carbon dioxide emissions. However, there are many types of improved stoves which have less negative health and environmental impacts, and empower local communities to innovate technology, adapting to their own conditions and improve their livelihoods.

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A statistical survey for estimating the potential demand for improved stoves in Sri Lanka.

This report outlines the findings of field performance test carried out in February 1989 to measure fuel wood efficiency of one pot and two pot Anagi stoves and to ascertain the overall response

Banda, R.M.R., Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2015-05-12

Abafador Para Cozinhar

Abafadores para cozinhar são na realidade coberturas isolantes que permitem que a comida nas panelas continue a cozer depois de estas serem tiradas do

Vincent Okello, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-10-07

Appropriate Household Energy Technology Development: a training manual

Although support materials exist in the form of technical information on various household energy technologies, there are few training materials to guide

Lydia Muchiri, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-07-10

Biomass Fuel Briquetting Technology and the Business Opportunities

Fuel briquettes are blocks of compressed biomass material such as farming waste, charcoal dust or waste paper. They are used for fuel in households for cooking, water heating, and space

Practical Action, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-09-08

Building a Better Stove: The Sri Lanka Experience

This book describes the historical background to this stoves development work and to Sri Lanka; the detailed progress of the stove programmes during the last decade; the impact on the

Crewe, E., Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2015-04-29

Burning dreams

This video is on the "Anagi" Cook Stove promoted by Practical

Practical Action Sri Lanka, Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2015-06-11

Chimney Stoves and Smoke Hoods

Nearly half the world cooks on three-stone fires or basic stoves causing indoor air pollution. This brief looks at ways to reduce the pollution by using chimney stoves and smoke hoods to let

Elizabeth Bates, Published by Practical Action, United Kingdom on 2014-08-29

Cocinas Sin Fuego

Las cocinas sin fuego son un sencillo recubrimiento aislante, las cuales permiten que las ollas sigan cocinando los alimentos, incluso cuando se retiran de la fuente de

Vincent Okello, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-09-08

Cook Electric - The Ghandruk Experience

It describes the experiences from Ghandruk that how micro-hydro can help rural communities to use the power for electric cooking to save

Janet Bell, Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2014-09-10

Cook Stoves in Bangladesh

Renewable energy practices in

Renewable Energy & Environmental Information Network, Published by Practical Action, Bangladesh on 2014-09-10

Cook Stoves in Nepal

Renewable energy practices in

Practical Action, Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2014-09-10

Cook Stoves in Pakistan

Renewable energy practices in

Published by United Kingdom on 2014-09-10

Cook Stoves in Sri Lanka

Renewable energy practices in Sri Lanka cook

Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2014-09-10

Delivery Model of Wood Gasifier Stoves in Sri Lanka

Instead of burning the fuel-wood with a complete combustion to generate heat directly, a wood gasifier stove, which is also called a Forced Draft Wood Gasifier Stove, follows a two-step

Namiz Musafer, Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2014-09-10

El Mumu - Un metodo tradicional de cocinar alimentos en papua Nueva Guinea

El mumu es un homo que se prepara cavando un hoyo en la tierra. Para que funcione se calientan algunas piedras que luego se colocan alrededor y sobre 105 alimentos. El calor es transferido a

P A Dopade, Published by Practical Action, United Kingdom on 2014-08-29

Fireless Cookers

Fireless cookers are a simple insulating covering that allow pots to continue to cook food even when they are taken off a source of

Vincent Okello, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-09-10

Gasifier Stoves - Advanced Biomass Stoves

Advanced biomass stoves covers improvements developed over recent years for household cooking in developing countries. They are often referred to as gasifier stoves although not all of these

Elizabeth Bates, Published by Practical Action, United Kingdom on 2014-09-08

How to Build, Use and Maintain a Better Bonfire Kiln

The "Better Bonfire Kiln" is a simple kiln primarily designed for small scale stove producers, and developed in

Moses Agumba, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-08-29

How to Make an Upesi Stove

The Upesi stove is a ceramic stove designed for rural areas of Kenya. It uses wood as its fuel

Vivienne Abbott, Published by Practical Action, Eastern Africa on 2014-08-29

How to make Sri Lanka's Anagi Stove

A step-by-step guide to making a two pot ceramic

Practical Action, Published by Practical Action, South Asia on 2014-09-10

 

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