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Promoting Clean Cookstoves at Atmajaya ...

YDD was invited to promote I-CSI clean biomass cookstoves at Atma Jaya University’s Earth Day exhibition ...
Clean Cookstove Demonstration in ...

Yayasan Dian Desa (YDD) provides promotional support to I-CSI market aggregators in the form of cookstove ...
Launch of the I-CSI Second Stage ...

On November 23, 2015, the Directorate of Bioenergy, the Directorate of New and Renewable Energy and the ...


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Promotional Clean Cookstove Media Development Through Design and Film Competition
2015-01-30 11:07:09
The promotion and successful dissemination of clean cookstoves to the public requires diverse media campaigns that are relevant to the public. To generate a media campaign and raise public awareness of issues relating to clean cookstoves, especially among young people, a design and film competition was organized in support of the initiative’s activities. The competition, themed around “User Friendly, Safe and Energy Efficient Clean Cookstoves”, was divided into four categories, of short film, video...
Clean Cookstoves Ready to be Marketed
2015-03-09 10:56:31
1. Prime Square Biomass Cookstove (Fuelwood, regular size) The stove is originally from Indonesia and produced in Malang, East Java under Prime Cookstoves AS.Main fuel for the stove is wood. Ideally the fuelwood should be cut into 3 cm long pieces which requires industrial manufacturing/cutting. . All types of wood can be used for the stove. Maximum fuel capacity: 1.5 kg of chopped wood and minimum 0.3kg. The stove is batch-loaded but fuels can be added after ignition. If densely arranged, a full...
Launching Call for Market Aggregator for Indonesia Clean Stove Initiative
2014-11-19 15:09:08
On Friday (7/11) the Directorate General of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy, Rida Mulyana officially announced the Call for Market Aggregator for the Clean Stove Initiative (CSI) in the Grand Zuri Hotel, Yogyakarta. The Clean Stove Initiative (CSI) is in collaboration with the Government of Indonesia’s Directorate General of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation and the World Bank. This event aimed to invite prospective Market Aggregators to participate in...
Challenges of Conservation Planning and Energy Diversification in Yogyakarta Special Region
2014-11-19 15:06:40
Yogyakarta, 8 Oktober 2014.On October 8th the Department of Public Works and Housing and Energy and Mineral Resources in Yogyakarta Province (PUP-ESDM DIY), the Sustainable Energy Research Center of the National Technology College of Yogyakarta, and IPEN (Independent Perspectives on Energy, Society and the Environment) Australia organized a daylong workshop titled “Challenges of Conservation Planning and Energy Diversification in Yogyakarta Special Region”. According to PUP-ESDM DIY data,...
Younger Generation Introduced to Clean and Energy Efficient Cookstoves Program through Competition
2014-11-06 14:19:34
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in collaboration with the World Bank launched the Clean Stove initiative. Currently the program is in the pilot phase, during which the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has designated Yayasan Dian Desa (YDD) as the cookstove testing center. Eventually the cooking stoves that pass testing in the YDD laboratory will be introduced to the community. One way of introduction is through a workshop and design and film competition for vocational,...
Cleaner Cook Stoves for a Healthier Indonesia
2014-11-04 13:46:37
Yogyakarta, Indonesia, November 3, 2014 – Ratinem, a farmer living in Central Java, explains why she uses a traditional stove that uses tree bark for fuel. She gathers the wood, she says, from nearby fields. “I use a traditional cook stove because it’s cheap. I don’t have to buy gas,” says the mother of three. Ratinem’s family is among the 24.5 million households in Indonesia who use traditional biomass for cooking. Unaware that smoke they inhale from the stoves cause illnesses,...
Indonesia: Government will provide universal access to clean cooking practices
2014-08-16 15:48:22
Jakarta, 14 August 2014 – A government program to promote safer cooking practices aims to prevent 165,000 premature deaths every year, says a new World Bank report. The report, entitled Indonesia: Toward Universal Access to Clean Cooking, summarizes key findings and recommendations from Phase I of the Indonesia Clean Stove Initiative (CSI). Supported by the World Bank and undertaken by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, this multi-phase program hopes to introduce, in stages, affordable,...
Study delves into Nepal's household hazards
2014-08-14 00:04:24
August 8, 2014. A pilot study of Nepalese kitchens aims to improve public health and reduce burn injuries in the poorest neighbourhoods of South Asia, a UWA burn researcher says.Burn Injury Research Unit Assistant Professor Hilary Wallace says 75 per cent of burns in South Asia occur in the home, mostly in the kitchen, and targeted education and financial support interventions could help save many lives. "What happens in the kitchen can improve or undermine public health," she says. "In many of these poverty-stricken areas, burns are more common than AIDS or tuberculosis." Dr...
Gov’t sets ambitious energy targets
2014-08-14 00:02:28
Business News of Monday, 4 August 2014 The Energy Commission says the country can achieve sustainable energy for all by the year 2020; ten years earlier than the UN Secretary General’s target for achieving universal access to modern energy services, doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency and doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix. Ghana in November 2012 became the first country in the world to launch its National Action Plan for achieving...
Jikokoa: Keeping Africa Clean One Cookstove At A Time
2014-07-08 13:18:36
Between 2000 and 2010 deforestation in Kenya took an estimated 3,000 square miles of trees, depriving the country of 20 million gallons of water per year. While 24 years ago, Peter Scott, the chief executive at BURN Manufacturing – a clean cookstove business in Nairobi – could not have predicted the severe environmental impact on the nation, he realized something needed to be done when he arrived in the country. Scott didn’t have the idea for BURN’s Jikokoa – a fuel-efficient charcoal...

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