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Forum on Clean Cookstoves and Fuels will be held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from March 18-22, 2013.

Proceedings are Posted

  • A Progress Report
  • Presentations and notes from plenary, breakout, and intensive learning sessions
  • Posters displayed during the poster session
  • Photos taken throughout the week
  • An updated participant roster

Link to the Forum Proceedings: https://unfoundation.box.com/CleanCookingForum2013

Forum on Clean Cookstoves and Fuels were held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from March 18-22, 2013.

The Forum will focus on methods to drive innovations in research, market development, standards and testing, policy development, and other topics. The first day (March 18th) will feature in-depth topical workshops topics such as gender, finance and health. The following three-days (March 19-21) will include sessions with thematic tracks in areas such as project development, fuels, standards and testing, financing, research, and capacity building.

For more information see
http://www.cleancookstoves.org/document-page/coming-soon-biennial-clean-...

or email: forum@cleancookstoves.org

**I am looking to get some Anila stove units in India for some small-scale trials http://biocharinnovation.wordpress.com/ - if you can help please get in touch asap with sarah.carter [at] ed.ac.uk**

Testing of the Sampanda stove in Cambodia 12.07.2010
Sarah Carter, UK Biochar Research Centre

See http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-andersons-tl for a similar test on Anderson's TLUD, and http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-everythingni for testing of EverythingNice stove, and Anila stove http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-anila-stove.

Stove: Sampanda stove. Produced by the [Samuchit Enviro Tech Pvt Ltd](http://www.samuchit.com/) in India.
Test: A water boiling test (time to boil 2.5 litres of water, in a pan without a lid)
Location: The Iron Workshop, Siem Reap. A well ventilated building – 2 surrounding walls, and a roof. Wind conditions were low, but blustery at times.

Testing of the Anila stove in Cambodia 03.05.2010
Sarah Carter and Vichida Tan, UK Biochar Research Centre

See http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-andersons-tl for a similar test on Anderson's TLUD, and http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-everythingni for testing of EverythingNice stove.

Testing of the EverythingNice in Cambodia 30.04.2010
Sarah Carter and Vichida Tan, UK Biochar Research Centre

See http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-andersons-tl for a similar test on Anderson's TLUD and http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-anila-stove for tests on the Anila stove.

Testing of the Anderson TLUD in Cambodia 27.04.2010
Sarah Carter and Vichida Tan, UK Biochar Research Centre

Similar tests have been carried out on the Anila http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-anila-stove and EverythingNice stoves http://www.bioenergylists.org/content/testing-everythingni.

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

Recent Posts to the Fuel Briquetting Discussion
Megan Hill, Richard Stanley, Kari Grady Grossman, Robert Deutsch, David Sawwah, September 4, 2007
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