Improved Household Charcoal Stoves in Mali

The improved charcoal stove (SEWA stove) reduces fuel consumption by introduction of a ceramic liner that increases combustion efficiency and retains heat. The project is based on pilot work by Katene Kadji, Mali. Katene was established in 1995 and has been selling improved biomass cook stoves in Mali since 1997.

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Alliance Country
Mali

CO2 emissions reductions
691,651 tonnes/year

Sustainable Development Co-Benefits
Economic: Welfare
Social : Jobs

Certification
GS

Status
PA

Carbon vintages for sale
2015-2016

Price
negotiable 

West African Alliance on Carbon and Markets Climate Finance

The Alliance is a sub-regional initiative and anchored in institutions that already serve the West African region with regard to carbon markets, technology transfer and climate finance. The Alliance is a member driven process, where participating countries appoint government representatives that are involved in the negotiations on markets and/or climate finance. So far, Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire, Togo, Nigeria, Mauritania, Guinee Bissau, The Gambia, Niger, the Republic of Guinee, Mali, Benin and Cap Vert have formally joined the Alliance.




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West African Alliance on Carbon Market and Climate Finance. Permanent Secretary:

Enda Energie, 54.rue Carnot, BP 3370 Dakar (SENEGAL)
Phone: +221 33 822 24 96
Fax: +221 33 821 75 95
Email : contact@westafricaclimatealliance.org


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