TLUD Workshop in Seattle Friday Jan 27 9am-1pm before ETHOS

TLUD Workshop being offered prior to ETHOS Conference
Hosted by Hydrovolts
Biomass Energy Foundation is offering a Workshop on the technical and practical concepts of its micro-gasification units. Dr. Paul Anderson aka “Dr TLUD” will provide an overview of the science and technology of the Top Lit Up Draft (TLUD) stove and its applications in meeting the cooking needs of local communities around the globe.
He will be assisted by Bob Fairchild, Christa Roth, and Kathy Nafie.
When: Friday, January 27th
9:00 am—1 :00 pm (Lunch included)
Where: Hydrovolts, Inc.
210 S Hudson St, #330 Seattle, WA 98134
Cost: $25/person
RSVP: by January 25th.
Questions: Kathy Nafie @ 303-570-6868
Biomass Energy Foundation Stove Camp InitiativeStove Initiative
The goal is to promote a new approach to implementing sustainable cook stove programs in Developing Countries.
The Ultimate Success of this effort depends on introducing new practices into diverse established cultural settings, through careful attention to the following Tenets:
Culture: Observe, study, Listen, understand, Learn & respect existing practices
Fuel: Identify current fuel practices and overlooked waste fuels locally available; consider costs for pre-processing waste biomass into higher performing fuels that could provide alternatives to existing fuels.
Device: Optimizing the stove design to reflect aspects observed and learned: cultural, practical and fuels.
Acceptance: New devices and cooking methods are integrated into the community and practices.
Biomass Energy Foundation is recognized as a 501(c)3 non profit organization.
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