In Partnership with:
Berkeley Air Monitoring Group
Contract Period: March – July 2013
The primary goal of the project was to fill knowledge gaps and map field emissions performance of cookstoves that have the potential to make large gains in fuel efficiency or lowering emissions of health-damaging and climate-forcing pollutants.
Study that involved measuring CO/PM2.5 emissions from 3-stone open fires, traditional ceramic/metallic charcoal stoves and Biolite stoves in Kampala