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Clean Cookstove Models that have Received Government Accreditation in the Second Period:

2015-12-08 09:02:53

Clean Cookstove Models that have Received Government Accreditation in the Second Period:

1.      ACE 1 Solar Powered Biomass Cookstove

The Ace 1 is produced in Africa by the African Clean Energy (ACE) and has received eight out of nine stars. The battery-operated fan that allows the user to adjust the flame is powered by a solar panel, which also generates enough energy to charge a mobile device or run LED lighting. The ACE 1 takes wood as its fuel source but can also utilize pellets, charcoal, briquettes and agricultural wastes such as corn stalks and peanut shells. ACE has produced approximately 40,000
 units of this model sold worldwide in countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Malawi, Cambodia, Laos and India.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2. Amarta RT

The Amarta RT is produced by CV. Agro Dwipa Java in Yogyakarta, Indonesia and has received seven out of nine stars. This stove primarily uses wood pellets but can also utilize wood pieces measuring 3-5 cm in length. With a simple power setting system to adjust the fire level, the Amarta RT can be used with a variety of cookware (pots, pans, etc.) with a diameter of 20-35 cm. CV. Agro Dwipa not only produces the stove itself but also the pellets, thus ensuring the availability of fuel for its users.

 
 
 
 
 

3.      Keren Super

The Keren Super is produced by local craftsmen in Yogyakarta and has received five out of nine stars. This model is a modified version of the traditional stove (keren) and produced with the help of stove technicians from Canada and Indonesia. 
 
 
 
 
 



4.      Prakti Leo Double Burner
The Prakti Leo is produced by an Indian stove manufacturer, Prakti Pvt. Ltd. This wood-fueled stove has received five out of nine stars. Equipped with two burners, the Pakti Leo makes it possible to cook two dishes at once.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

5.      Srikandi

This clean cookstove model is produced by a Jakarta-based manufacturer, PT. Green Line Care Indonesia. A micro-gasification stove, Srikandi utilizes wood pellets as fuel but can also be used with wood pieces measuring 1-1.5 cm in length, charcoal, rice husks and other agricultural byproducts. This model utilizes air holes to adjust the fire level.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

6.      UB Bahan Bakar Potongan Kayu - Cakilan Pendek (UB Fuelwood Pieces with Short Pot Rest)

This cookstove is produced by CV. Kreasi Daya Mandiri in Malang, Indonesia. Designed by Universitas Brawijaya (Brawijaya University) professor, Dr. Rer. Nat. M. Nurhuda, this UB model has received seven out of nine stars. It uses semi gasification and fuelwood pieces 3 cm in length, but can also operate on 3 cm-long biomass briquettes.

 
 
 
 
 
 

7.      UB Bahan Bakar Pellet Biomassa - Dengan Stabilizer (UB Biomass Fuel Pellets with Stabilizer)

This cookstove is produced by CV. Kreasi Daya Mandiri in Malang, Indonesia. Designed by Universitas Brawijaya (Brawijaya University) professor, Dr. Rer. Nat. M. Nurhuda, this UB model has received six out of nine stars. In terms of design and shape, the UB Pellet is similar to the UB Fuelwood but differing in its combustion tube, the use of a stabilizer and the type of fuel utilized. This model uses pellets as fuel but also crushed palm, pecan and coconut shells.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 





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