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Study about biomass wastes in Cambodia and processing them as alternative fuels
Aurelien Herail, Internship for bachelor Degree at GERES, Cambodia, July 2006
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GERES: New Lao Stove Production, Monitoring and Use in Cambodia
Jean-François Rozis, GERES, November 16, 2006

GERES reports production of the New Lao Stove(improved charcoal stove for urban areas) for commercialization with no subsidy between October 2005 and September 2006 at 87 999 units for an average of average 7,333 units per month.
100 000 units are planned for the year 2007.

GERES uses the following plan for monitoring stove production and use.

Stove Monitoring Table
Stove Monitoring Table
GERES/CFSP Cambodia New Lao Bucket Stove
GERES/CFSP Cambodia New Lao Bucket Stove

Pioneering projects from Bangladesh, India, Mexico and Tanzania win first prizes in the worlds leading green energy awards
Second prize winners from Cambodia, China, India and southern Africa are awarded £10,000 each for their winning work

New Lao Bucket charcoal stove by GERES and the Cambodia Fuel Savings Program (CFSP)

GERES/CFSP Cambodia New Lao Bucket StoveGERES/CFSP Cambodia New Lao Bucket Stove

Average efficiency 29% compared with traditional Lao Bucket 10%.



See:
CFSP Stove Designs
Charcoal Savings Using the New Lao Bucket Stove, Stove Molds and Other CFSP tasks to improve production and dissemination
and Improving Wood Charcoal Manufacture

Brochure on Cambodia Fuel Savings Program

Monitoring Table

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