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close this bookBoiling Point No. 44 - Linking Household Energy with other Development Objectives (ITDG - ITDG, 2000, 44 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentPreface
View the documentTheme editorial: Integrating household energy into wider development objectives
View the documentInterlinkages of household energy with the environment
View the documentAre energy projects not wanted any more?
View the documentHealth and household energy - the need for better links between research and development
View the documentCooking smoke can increase the risk of tuberculosis
View the documentMonitoring ECO-house performance as if people mattered
View the documentCarbon trading: a new route to funding improved stove programmes?
View the documentGTZ Pages
View the documentThe integrated approach to link household energy with other development objectives - Some organisational experiences from the ProBEC demonstration project in the Hurungwe District of Zimbabwe
View the documentThe ecological cost of increasing dependence on biomass fuels as household energy in rural Nigeria
View the documentWomen in post-harvest operations: reducing the drudgery
View the documentLight... from wind... a journey of will and imagination
View the documentThe Tehesh efficient biomass stove, Tigrai, Ethiopia
View the documentResearch and Development: The 'Turbo' wood-gas stove
View the documentPublications
View the documentWhat's happening in household energy?
View the documentITDG energy news

Publications

Books

Energy as a Tool for sustainable development for African, Caribbean and Pacific countries (pp. 134) 1999

Ugo Farinelli (ed.);
UNDP, 1 United Nations Plaza,
New York, 10017, USA.
Email publications@un.org ISBN: 92-1-126-122-8.

This is a policy book that identifies the actions required by different role-players to increase the adoption of sustainable energy options in Sub-Saharan Africa and African, Caribbean and Pacific Small Island Developing States. The book aims to support developing countries in implementing, more effectively, the objectives of Agenda 21, and to contribute to the follow-up to the Rio Earth Summit and the work of the Commission on Sustainable Development. It is a good resource book describing the specific interests and approaches of various agencies.

Moving ahead with solar cookers; acceptance and introduction to the market (pp. 33) 1999

Published by GTZ, this book records the progress of a solar cooker pilot programme, including a comparative field test under real-life conditions. This entailed a prolonged period of proof testing by the users themselves. The book deals primarily with the empirical results that have been gleaned from the pilot programme to date. It shows that under good conditions, solar cooking can be successful where the users are convinced that this is the right technology. This is a useful and detailed book showing the positive side of solar cooking as well as the constraints

For copies contact: GTZ, Division 44 -Environmental Management, Water, Energy and Transport, Dag-Hammarskjold-Weg 1-5, PO Box 5180, 65726 Eschborn, Germany.

Windpower workshop (pp. 147) 1997

Hugh Piggott;
The Centre for Alternative
Technology, Machynlleth, Powys,
SY20 9AZ, UK Tel: 01654 702400
Email help@catinfo.demon.co.uk
ISBN: 1 898049 130 Mail order:
Green by Mail: Tel: 01654 703409

This book explains very clearly

· What's involved in deciding whether a wind system is for you
· How to design such a system - and then live with it
· How to understand what suppliers are talking about
· How to design and build your own wind-generator from scrap and recycled parts.

The book includes a glossary of terms and is clearly illustrated throughout

Rural Energy Services: a handbook for sustainable development (pp. 160) 1999

Teresa Anderson, Alison Doig,
Dai Rees and Smail Khennas
Intermediate Technology
Publications Ltd, 103/105
Southampton Row, London
WC1B 4HH, UK.

Rural energy services addresses the policy, market and sustainability aspects of defining and selecting technologies that will meet the demands fro energy services by rural villages in a sustainable and reliable way. The handbook contains a full survey of energy resources and technologies and covers the issues surrounding the decision-making processes involved, the implementation of energy schemes and an exploration of the policy, market and sustainability issues which are vital to the success of a scheme. The book concludes with case studies.

Journals

Bioenergy News

A quarterly newsletter of the National Bioenergy Board, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Government of India.

E-mail: bioenergynews@mnes.delhi.nic.in

Website: www.eco-web.com/register/01575.html

DFID Energy

Published by the Department for International Development, this is a colourful newsletter which summarizes the progress of ongoing projects funded by DfID. Copies can be obtained from ETSU, 156 Harwell, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 ORA or accessed on the website: www.etsu.com/dfid-kar-energy/.

Solar Cooker Review

This journal is published two or three times a year, presenting solar cooking information from around the world. Topics include solar cooker technology, dissemination strategies, educational materials, and cultural and social adaptations. For further details: SCI review, 1919 21st Street, STE101 Sacramento, CA 95814-6827, USA or email sci@igc.org

Gender, Technology and Development

Published three times per year, this journal by the Asian Institute of Technology is published by Sage publications. It contains several articles on gender and energy. Vol 3 no 2 contains articles on: The gendered politics of fuel in India; Midu women and energy technology in China.

Further details: Sage publications India Pvt Ltd, M-32 Market, Greater Kailash Part 1, New Delhi 110 048, India.