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YDD was invited to promote I-CSI clean biomass cookstoves at Atma Jaya University’s Earth Day exhibition ...
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Yayasan Dian Desa (YDD) provides promotional support to I-CSI market aggregators in the form of cookstove ...
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Policy: Bring sustainable energy to the developing world
2014-05-02 16:16:49
reid dechton & Richenda Van Leuween16 April 2014 Investment and policies must support cheap, clean energy technologies to cut both poverty and climate change, say Reid Detchon and Richenda Van Leeuwen. More than one-third of people in the world start life without access to electricity and clean fuels for cooking, heating and lighting1. United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon was one of them, studying at night by a dim, smoky oil lamp as a boy in 1950s post-war Korea. He now sees energy...
How We Could Save The World From Global Warming Before Our Time Is Up
2014-04-24 11:31:02
Giz Explains: How We Could Save The World From Global Warming Before Our Time Is Up Andrew Tarantola 17 April 2014 10:30 AM We’ve blown our chances of fully counteracting the effects of climate change; recently released reports from the International Energy Agency and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) provide plenty of evidence. But all hope is not yet lost, we’ve still got a small chance to keep from irreversibly poisoning our atmosphere. Here’s what the world’s governments must do...
Igniting Change:A Strategy for Universal Adoption of Clean Cookstoves and Fuels
2014-03-20 14:32:27
A Dangerous and Unhealthy Reality In an era of cell phones, satellites, and the Internet, it can often be hard to believe that almost half the world’s population still cooks food, boils water, and warms their homes by burning wood, dung, other biomass, and coal in open fires or rudimentary cook-stoves. Yet this is the reality facing the nearly three billion people who meet their daily household energy needs in this dangerous and outdated way. Open fires and rudimentary cookstoves are inefficient,...
Clean Cookstoves Can Save Lives & Empower Women
2014-01-28 15:46:06
At Issue Each day nearly 3 billion people rely on solid fuels to cook their food, using traditional cookstoves or open fires in households with little or no ventilation. Exposure to smoke from these polluting and inefficient forms of cooking kills 2 million people annually, with millions more suffering from cancer, pneumonia, heart and lung diseases, blindness and burns. Put another way, household air pollution (HAP)...
Clean Cookstoves and Climate Change
2014-01-28 15:14:06
The Impacts of Climate Change Climate change is a critical challenge facing humanity. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, rising global temperatures will very likely increase the frequency and intensity of heat waves, droughts and heavy rainfall events, adversely affecting agriculture, forests, water resources, industry, human health and settlements. These events will impact many people around the world – disproportionately...
Call For Clean Stove Technology for Testing
2014-10-22 10:37:30
Dear All Bioenergy Stakeholders, We would liketo inform you that the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources c.q. Directorate General of New Renewable Energy and Energy Conservationis working in collaboration withthe World Bankon a Clean Stove Initiative Program. The objective of this collaboration is to increase access to clean stoves in Indonesia and to promote exchange...
Factors influencing the large-scale uptake by households of cleaner and more efficient household energy technologies
2013-11-28 13:21:40
Nearly three billion people worldwide rely on biomass fuels (2.4 billion) and coal (0.4 billion) burnt inefficiently on open fires or simple stoves. These traditional household energy practices have dramatic consequences for health, the environment and socio-economic development. Ensuring access to clean and efficient household energy is therefore a major and urgent challenge faced by low- and middle-income countries. While marked by some successful programmes at both large and small scales, this...
Toward Universal Access to Clean Cooking
2013-10-07 09:26:45
Changing Landscape of Household Cooking Fuels Indonesia has made great strides in moving its citizens toward clean cooking solu- tions. Complementary programs across the archipelago reflect the country’s diverse geography, culture, and cooking practices. Thanks to the government’s highly suc- cessful Kerosene-to-LPG Conversion Program (2007–12), some 30 million house- holds, mainly in urban areas, have switched to LPG.There is also a significant niche market potential for biogas, with more than...
The Case for Clean Biomass Cookstoves in Indonesia
2014-04-17 15:34:16
“CSI Indonesia is seeking clean biomass cookstove designs (domestic and international) to introduce to the Indonesian Market…” Any biomass cookstove that meets our performance requirements and receives accreditation is eligible for subsidy support. Potential Sales We estimate there is an opportunity to sell up to 10 million clean biomass cookstoves in Indonesia over the coming six years with support from the World Bank’s Clean Stove Initiative...
Lighting Cone
2013-09-25 11:18:03
A big problem that is usually faced by users of firewood or other biomass such as charcoal is the long time required for ignition. It usually takes about 10-15 minutes until the fire is completely lit and can be used for cooking. Another problem is the emergence of a significant amount of smoke during the ignition process, which is disturbing and unhealthy. The smoke can cause health problems for the users because it contains pollutants such as CO soot. When the fire is lit, the combustion...

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