Clean Cooking with renewable energy | E-cooking
As an awardee of the MECS-TRIID grant funding, Pesitho worked with Aarhus University in collecting data on the environmental and health impacts of using the ECOCA solar stove for cooking compared to traditional biomass stoves.
Pesitho are providing a collaborative effort with Care Danmark and other innovative organisations to develop the worlds first climate-friendly refugee camp
Introducing our new ECOCA pot developed with feedback from our end users in Myanmar and Uganda
Pesitho and WFP tested willingness and affordability of Burundian families to buy ECOCA cookstoves.
Our first pilot study at the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Northern Uganda
50 ECOCA stoves installed in IDP villages in Myanmar with Caritas Denmark as part of our pilot testing
Read about why individual technical training is so important to us at Pesitho and how we ensure each ECOCA household receives their training.
Find out more about new project by Caritas Denmark in Uganda which aims to establish and test some funding mechanisms to ensure the wider use of ECOCA
TV MIDVEST captured Mads Bering from Pesitho in action presenting the ECOCA to prospective investors at the European BioEconomy Venture Forum.
Its World Environment Day 2019. Our partners from Caritas Uganda spent the day at the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement demonstrating the environmental benefits of using the ECOCA.
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