Boiling Point 53: Technologies that really work - May 2007

Boiling Point 53: Technologies that really work - May 2007
Liz Bates, HEDON, July 2007

Overview
The theme of this edition is "Technologies that really work" and we are pleased to welcome Crispin Pemberton-Pigott as theme editor. Crispin is well known to many Boiling Point readers and has worked in the field of stoves for over 25 years. His editorial discusses changes that have happened within the household energy sector over the years and looks at what the future challenges could be.

This edition covers a range of energy technologies and looks at what has made them successful and used by people in Africa, Asia and Latin America. There is also a discussion around the issues needed to make a technology successful including the social, economic, marketing, environmental and political factors.

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Articles in HEDON Knowledge Bank (Online)
- Theme Editorial: Taking Science to Hearth by Crispin Pemberton-Pigott
- Good technologies - but do they really work? by Elzabeth Bates
- Rocket mud stoves in Kenya by Anna Ingwe
- Green Power - Lighting up Rural India by Devyani Hari
- The Biogas Programme in Vietnam Amazing results in poverty reduction and economic development by Bastiaan Teune
- Pico hydro for cost-effective lighting by Arthur Williams
- Biomass Gasifier Systems for Thermal Applications in Rural Areas by Debajit Palit and Sanjay Mande
- GTZ News BP53 edited by Agnes Klingshirn
- Energy News from Practical Action BP53 by Lucy Stevens
- What's cooking on the solar cooker front? by Marlett Balmer
- Getting Technologies to the market - the case of the Rocket Stove in Malawi by Christa Roth, Andreas Michel and Dr. Christoph Messinger
- SODIS - Solar Water Disinfection: Water Quality Improvement at Household Level with Solar Energy by Christina Aristanti
- A story of improving cooking stoves in a Dogon village, Mali, West Africa by Peeyush Sekhsaria
- Micro-Gasification What it is and why it works Paul S. Anderson, Thomas B. Reed and Paul W. Wever
- HEDON news - What's happening in household energy? by HEDON

Download individual articles
- Theme Editorial: Taking Science to Hearth by Crispin Pemberton-Pigott (70 KB)

- Good technologies - but do they really work? by Elizabeth Bates (183 KB)

-Rocket mud stoves in Kenya by Anna Ingwe (89 KB)

-Green Power - Lighting up Rural India by Devyani Hari (74 KB)

-The Biogas Programme in Vietnam; Amazing results in poverty reduction and economic development by Bastiaan Teune (150 KB)

-Pico hydro for cost-effective lighting by Arthur Williams (260 KB)

-Biomass Gasifier Systems for Thermal Applications in Rural Areas by Debajit Palit and Sanjay Mande (207 KB)

-GTZ News edited by Agnes Klingshirn (73 KB)

-Practical Action News by Lucy Stevens (18 KB)

-What's cooking on the solar cooker front? by Marlett Balmer (123 KB)

-Getting Technologies to the market - the case of the Rocket Stove in Malawi by Christa Roth, Andreas Michel and Dr. Christoph Messinger (233 KB)

-SODIS - Solar Water Disinfection: Water Quality Improvement at Household Level with Solar Energy by Christina Aristanti (233 KB)

- A story of improving cooking stoves in a Dogon village, Mali, West Africa by Peeyush Sekhsaria (199 KB)

-Micro-Gasification: What it is and why it works Paul S. Anderson, Thomas B. Reed and Paul W. Wever (155 KB)

-HEDON news - What's happening in household energy? (30 KB)

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