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PoA for the Reduction of emission from non-renewable f…

From USD 30.00 Available tonnes: 1,128
The purpose of this project is to reduce emissions from household cooking stoves. The use of non-renewable fuel such as wood and charcoal for cooking, leads to the emission of greenhouses gasses, deforestation and poor indoor climate. The programme uses a number of different technologies to reach this goal.

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Improved Cook Stove Project 1, Nkhata Bay District, Ma…

From USD 15.00 Available tonnes: 9,464
This cook stove project is run by RIPPLE Africa (a UK charity) and benefits approximately 200,000 people in Malawi. RIPPLE has so far replaced about 40,000 traditional three-stone cooking fires with fuel efficient cook stoves. This project is reducing greenhouse gases emissions as well as preventing deforestation and respi…

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Improved Cook Stove Project 2, Nkhata Bay District, Ma…

From USD 15.00 Available tonnes: 46,981
This cook stove project is run by RIPPLE Africa a UK charity working in Malawi since 2003. It involves the dissemination of the Changu Changu Moto high efficiency biomass cook stoves to approximately 22,000 households in Nkhata Bay District, Malawi. It benefits approximately 200,000 people by improving livelihood, preventi…

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Clean Cook Stoves in Sub-Saharan Africa by ClimateCare…

From USD 10.00 Available tonnes: 5,657
CookClean manufactures efficient cookstoves to displace the resources wasteful and unhealthy traditional stoves which kill 13,400 people and subject 21 million to Household Air Pollution yearly in Ghana.

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Biomass Energy Conservation Programme

From USD 10.00 Available tonnes: 1
A recent study in Malawi showed that switching from a three-stone fire to a Chitetezo Mbaula stove reduces the amount of particles emitted by 46% and carbon monoxide by 44%. A well-tuned stove can reduce firewood consumption by up to 80%, knowing that Malawi suffered 57% deforestation between 1972 and 1992. The Chite…

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Wind Energy Project in Maharashtra by M/s Shah Promote…

From USD 5.00 Available tonnes: 951
Our 7.2 Mw wind farm is located at Khandke, India. The project developer is the firm M/s Shah Promoters & Developers. In addition to the production of green energy, this project creates employment, business and extra income opportunities for the locals.

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Electricity Generation through Wind Power by SRHHL

From USD 4.00 Available tonnes: 3
The project activity consists of setting up of Wind Turbine Generators (WTG) of a total capacity of 4.95 MW (1.65 MW x 3 nos.) in Tamil Nadu by Sree Rayalaseema Hi-Strength Hypo Limited, (hereafter referred as SRHHL).

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Wigton Windfarm II

From USD 4.00 Available tonnes: 11,039
Wind turbines generate electricity using the power of the wind, reducing the amount of fossil fuels that we need to use to generate our power, and therefore reducing the amount of greenhouse gases that we release to our atmosphere. Project benefits: preserving natural resources; promoting renewable energy; reducing depende…