Shining a light on new technologies

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Working to address energy poverty

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Bio-energy News


The Bio-Energy Sub-Section is kindly facilitated by the Movement for Bio-Energy Advocacy, Utilization, Learning & Action (MBAULA) secretariat. If you’d like to get engaged in keeping this News page interesting, please write to contact@mbaula.org

"NCSSC promotes use of energy saving stoves"

The National Cook Stove Steering Committee (NCSSC) has embarked on a nationwide campaign to reach out to two million households with improved energy saving stoves by 2020.

Movement for Bioenergy Advocacy Utilisation Learning and Action (Mbaula) is supporting the ambitious initiative whose objective is to conserve the environment.

Mbaula secretariat coordinator Mbumba Mita Chigalu, disclosed in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Tuesday that the committee wanted people to appreciate the benefits of using energy saving stoves.

"Cry for energy legislation"

"I used to travel Filibindi hills to search for firewood but that is no longer an issue to lose sleep over because of the technology that helps us produce the methane we use for cooking. It is fast and efficient, just like other sources of energy"

Making use of garbage. Source: The Nation, July 13, 2017.

According to the article "Making use of garbage" a person produces 0,5 kilogramme (kg) per day in Lilongwe, for the whole city it is 350 tonnes of waste per day. There are different ways for recycling this waste - the paper waste is used for producing fire briquettes. A recycling which we welcome a lot!