[Stoves] Zambia TLUD project and other large TLUD projects

Tom Miles tmiles at trmiles.com
Sun Oct 23 08:12:03 PDT 2011


Salim and all,

Please reduce the size of photos to 200 k before posting so that people with
slow internet connections don't have their lines tied up downloading them.
Oversize photos bounce to use for approval. We let these big ones through by
mistake. 

Thanks

Tom 



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[mailto:stoves-bounces at lists.bioenergylists.org] On Behalf Of SALIM SHABAN
Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2011 7:42 AM
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Subject: Re: [Stoves] Zambia TLUD project and other large TLUD projects

Dear TLUD,
Kenya TLUD stoves project is going well
Regards
Salim

On 10/23/11, Paul S. Anderson <psanders at ilstu.edu> wrote:
> Dear Paal and all,
>
> CONGRATULAIONS on the Zambia project!!!!!!!!!   Please send to all of
> us the basic details when you are able, plus updates as you progress.
>
> Please clarify about: "assisting 175,000 farmers ... how to utilize 
> the waste from biochar production for household energy."  There are
> several possible interpretations of those words:     175 k persons, or
> households, or stoves? and what is the role of the charcoal:  to be 
> biochar into soil, or to become charcoal as fuel for households 
> (urban?).
>
> With Paal's many years of experience in Africa, and with Otto Formo's 
> participation also (my assumption, but highly likely), this will be a 
> great TLUD  project.
>
> For the records (and please correct me if I am in error), the largest 
> TLUD projects thus far in the world have been:
>
> 1.  Oorja Stove, by BP(now First Energy) in India:  400,000 stoves 
> (with fans)  We are not hearing anything more about that.  If someone 
> has info, please send it to the Stoves Listserv (or to me or others 
> who will make a posting for all).
>
> -------(Wendelbo's Zambia project will enter the list here)
>
> 2.  (lacking confirmation)  Daxu Stove in China:  25,000 stoves ???
> (update info requested;  I think the project stopped.)
>
> 3.  BEIA project by CREEC in Uganda, with 10,000 Mwoto TLUD-ND stoves 
> (project initiated in 2011 and runs to late 2012)  ( Mwoto has its 
> application submitted to the EPA for this coming third round of
> testing.)
>
> Paul
> --
> Paul S. Anderson, PhD
> Known to some as:  Dr. TLUD    Doc    Professor
> Phone (USA): 309-452-7072   SKYPE: paultlud   Email: psanders at ilstu.edu
> www.gtz.de/de/dokumente/giz2011-en-micro-gasification.pdf   (Best ref.)
>
>
> Quoting Paal wendelbo <paaw at online.no>:
>
>> TLUDers
>>
>> The Peko Pe is already tested by Aprovecho in 2009 and a application 
>> is send to PCIA for testing by Jim Jetter EPA. Another good TLUD-ND
>> news: Miombo has this days signed a contract on a pilot project 
>> assisting 175000 farmers in Zambia how to utilize the waste from 
>> biochar production for household energy! using the Peko Pe for 
>> cooking.
>>
>> Regards Paal W paaw at online.no
>>
>
>
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