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Overview

For many people, the income that they generate comes from work done at the household level. The energy involved in these enterprises can be a substantial part of their household energy needs – such as for commercial baking, food processing, crop drying, producing street foods etc. Others may make a living providing energy for household use. This edition looks at ways in which energy and enterprise are related within the household context.

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Table of Contents

Editorial


Timber ban and its effect on the Himalayan rural women and rural energy

Authors: Bhaskar Sinha
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Theme Editorial: Entrepreneurs by choice? - or by necessity?

Authors: Simon Dunnett
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General Article


The development and marketing of Upesi stoves - a case study of successful women from West Kenya

Authors: Hellen N. Owala
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Poverty reduction aspects of successful improved household stoves programmes

Authors: Mike Bess, Ottavia Mazzoni
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Energy and street food vendors

Authors: Leonard Tedd, Naved Ahmed Chowdhury, Susil Liyanarachchi
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Using integrated biogas technology to help poor communities in Baima Snow Mountain Nature Reserve, Yunnan Province, China

Authors: Yin Chuntao
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A chain of technologies for using sugarcane trash as a household fuel

Authors: Priyadarshini Karve, H.Y. Mahajan, R.M. Salunkhe, A.D. Karve
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GTZ News- Regional planning workshop for PREDAS - July 18-20 2001

Authors: Cornelia Sepp, Andre Seidel
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Brewing rural beer should be a hotter issue

Authors: Dr. Mike McCall
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Options for drying on a small scale

Authors: Mike Battcock, Dr Sue Azam-Ali
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Using a household energy technology to promote small scale enterprises in rural communities in Nigeria - The egaga stove experience

Authors: Joe Obueh
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A biogas plant for the digestion of fresh undiluted cattle dung

Authors: M. Shyam
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Increasing fuel efficiency and reducing harmful emissions in traditional cooking stoves

Authors: Dean Still, Larry Winiarski
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