by J. Baguant, R. Panray Beeharry, B. Gobin

Issue: 33

Journal section: Theme Articles
Not yet available in PDF format

[edit] [read more]

Received: 2010-10-05


This paper explores the potential in Mauritius for using low-grade ethanol (ethyl alcohol) produced from locally available molasses as a substitute for kerosene used for cooking. Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean with a population of slightly over one million. It has limited hydro-power sites, and no proven fossil-fuel energy reserves, and so depends heavily on imported fuel oil, diesel, kerosene, petrol, LPG and coal to meet its energy requirements...

Click here to read more

Tags: EthanolStoves    Boilingpoint33   

010 Stoves Ethanol

Africa Mauritius

Stars: (0)

Back | Issue 33 | Boiling Point Main Page | Issues Archive | Articles Archive | Submit a paper

  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.

Upcoming Events

No records to display
Show php error messages