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Article 'Gravity-powered lamps' offer ray of hope Light powered by gravity with no running costs aims to replace kerosene lamps in developing world.
Article Case study: Tuberculosis and indoor biomass & kerosene use in Nepal In Nepal, Tuberculosis (TB) is a major problem. Worldwide, six previous epidemiologic studies have investigated whether indoor cooking with biomass fuel such as wood or agricultural wastes is associat
Article Energy Safety is A Consumer Right South African government and policy for the protection of consumers in the energy sector
Article Government must listen to its people South African government policy, civil society and the implications for the energy safety sector - by Patrick Kulati
Article India: Rural energy company offers range of energy efficient cooking stoves With products such as Kerosene Burners & Stoves, Rainguns, Plant Oil Stoves and Plant Oil Lamps, Servals Automation Pvt Ltd (SAPL) has built its business by marketing innovations with the potential to
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Article PASASA Press Release October 2007 The South African Minerals and Energy Ministry acknowledges the need to resolve [[LiquidFuelSafety|paraffin safety]]
Article The good and bad of charcoal use in Nigeria "The truth is that with just N50, I can get enough charcoal to prepare food for my family. I cannot say the same with kerosene.....I find charcoal very convenient," a customer at a busy charcoal sale
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