Burundi Community Stove, (BCST) Institutional Peat Stove Programme in Burundi, Chris Adam, Adam + Partner, Garmisch, Germany, March, 2006

As the United States biomass thermal and power industry continues to expand, new reliable technologies offering higher efficiency solutions must be introduced. The newly introduced EOS series biomass gasification boiler is among the most energy efficient of AESI’s high-performance, low-maintenance biomass energy plants. The EOS series provides thermal outputs ranging from 600,000 BTU/hr to 20 million BTU/hr, and can be staged to provide increased capacity.

Designed and built by the leaders in the biomass waste to energy market in Europe, Uniconfort, the EOS series builds upon over 50 years of experience and over 4000 successful installations throughout the world. When asked about the highly efficient EOS series, CEO of Uniconfort Davis Zinetti notes, “we must not forget that greater efficiency is associated with less CO2 production. Choosing EOS, therefore, means making a choice in favor of the environment.”

Aprovecho Mass Producing Stoves
Dean Still, Aprovecho Research Center, September 4, 2007
Officials from Shengzhou Stove and Aprovecho Seal the DealOfficials from Shengzhou Stove and Aprovecho Seal the Deal

Institutional Barrel Stoves in Northern Uganda: Theory vs. Reality
Damon Ogle, Aprovecho Research Center, February-March 2007
FredaFredaPerforms Controlled Cooking Tests

As seen at ETHOS 2007, we have put together a step be step video on how to build Damon Ogle's design of an Institutional Barrel Stove. The stove is constructed from 200L barrels.

The stove was able to bring 45L of water to boil in 37 minutes using only 2150g of wood.

In a Controlled Cooking Test the Institutional Barrel Stove used 73% less fuel than an open fire!!

The video is available in multiple part downloads here on our website

The video is also available on DVD for $10 + Shipping.

School cookstoves running on crop waste in North India
Ashden Cimate Care Award: NISHANT Bioenergy Consultancy, Chandigarh, Ramesh Kumar Nibhoria, July 2005

Tribal Waste Energy Recovery Plant "TWERP" gasifying water heater, Charles MacArthur, inventor, Tralchemy July 2005


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