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Trees Water and People Project in Haiti
Jeremy Foster, Aprovecho Research Institute, April 2006

Asia Regional Cookstove Program Letter from the Secretariat February 2006

ARECOPjordans for sale metallic silver

PCIA Bulletin Issue 6, January 2006
Lutfiyeh Ahmed, Elisa Derby, Partnership for Clean Indoor Air

Vivek - Burning Millet Husk in a Sawdust Burning Stove
A.D.Karve, Appropriate Rural Technology Institute, Pune, Inda, April 2006

Mayon Turbo Millet Husk Stove and Bokashi
Roger Samson, REAP Canada April 2006

Woodgas Stoves Available
Tom Reed, Biomass Energy Foundation, April 2006

The Onil Cooker (pdf), Cocedora Onil, Helps Retained heat cooker, demonstrated at ETHOS 2006, Kirkland, WA.

Selbstkocher- Self Cookers
Boll, Martin Dr. April 4, 2006

Comparing Cook Stoves (pdf)
Dean Still, Aprovecho Research Institute, ETHOS January 2006

Performance benchmarks for biomass cooking stoves were presented at the 2006 ETHOS (Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service) conference by Dean Still, Nordica Hudelson and Damon Ogle of Aprovecho Research Center. The benchmarks will be useful to stove designers and developers to compare their stoves against many others. The benchmarks were derived from tests of 20 stoves (9 replications each) in work funded by Shell Foundation and the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air (USEPA).


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