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Boiling Point reaches over 11,000 print readers and 60,000 electronic readers worldwide. The journal contains information on the latest studies, methodologies, projects and products in the field of household energy. This makes Boiling Point an ideal way to get information about your project activities out to the world community of practitioners, and is an ideal forum to showcase your work to potential collaborators and funders.

Sponsoring Boiling Point gives your organisation a range of profile benefits; from space in the journal to communicate news, website links, logos and advertisement space, to receiving batch copies of the journal to distribute to your colleagues. We can develop a sponsorship package that suits the needs of your organisation. Current sponsors include GACC, GIZ, Practical Action and GVEP International.

There are three levels at which you can choose to sponsor an issue of Boiling Point: Gold, Silver and Bronze Image. You can also sponsor multiple issues of Boiling Point, helping to further facilitate the sharing of knowledge, information and experiences on household energy. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send us an email. Also, download an information flier Image about HEDON.

"I am highly grateful to receive your invaluable magazine regularly... every issue is full of very interesting and educational material."

Boiling Point reader, Sri Lanka

"Tank you for the good work that you are doing with regards to biomass energy technology promotion. I wish to share my experience that I'm facing as a stove producer and promoter here in Zambia, my story on how I'm running a stove project and producing stoves without a workshop."

Lazarous Chewe, Dread & Works Enterprise, Lusaka, Zambia

"Congratulations to the Boiling Point team. This is the first time I received your publication, and I have enjoyed it immensely! I read almost every article from beginning to end."

Boiling Point reader, Guatemala

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