Energy efficient biomass cookers for communal kitchens in India

In India myclimate supports an efficient cookers project which replaces polluting kerosene cookers with climate-friendly biomass cookers. Within two years, 7’500 biomass cookers will be sold to communal kitchens, such as restaurants, canteens and schools, and save an average of 69’000 tonnes of CO2 per year. The biomass cookers are subsidised by carbon credits and can be sold to the communal kitchens with a 30 per cent price reduction. The biomass cooker users also benefit from the cheaper prices of biomass pellets compared to kerosene.

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