Nepal High-Efficiency Cookstoves

Improved Cookstoves Energy Efficiency
認証基準
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認証基準とは

クレジットの発行元となる企業・団体・プロジェクトが実現した温室効果ガス排出削減量または吸収量を測定し、その信頼性・永続性・追加性等を独立した立場から検証しクレジットの質を保証する基準の名称(表示は略称)

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VintageYear とは

クレジットの発行年度(認証基準の審査を通過し、当該クレジットの温室効果ガス排出削減量または吸収量を自社排出量に適応可能と定められた年度)

2018

購入可能なオフセット量

2,602.53 トン ! トンはCO2排出量(t-CO2e)を指しています。

1トンあたりの価格(税込)

2,367

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プロジェクト概要

This improved cooking-stoves project services marginalized Dalits and the Janajatis indigenous minority living in Central Tarai, a region of Nepal below the southern Himalayan foothills where populations rely heavily on solid biomass fuel for cooking. The improved cooking stoves follow the Aprovecho Institute's mud-brick rocket stove design, with an L-shaped combustion chamber and a pot skirt that improves both heat transfer and combustion efficiency. Wood is fed horizontally into the fuel chamber where an internal chimney creates a draft that accelerates combustion. Gases are then forced through the skirt surrounding the cook pot. As the rocket stoves allow for complete fuel combustion, air pollution is minimized for a smoke-free kitchen. Thanks to their improved efficient, the stoves require up to 50% less wood fuel, which alleviates deforestation pressures on nearby ecosystems. The project also creates employment for local men and women, who are trained on stove installation and construction. Nepal is a mountainous country with challenging topographical and socio-economic conditions. A quarter of its population live below the poverty line, with Dalits or untouchables—the lowest social strata in Nepal's prevailing centuries-old caste system—being particularly disenfranchised. Besides economic poverty, these groups lack modern energy services for household cooking and rely on inefficient, health-harming open fire stoves.