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Efficient cookstoves in India

This project enables communities in the Karnataka and Tamil Nadu regions of India to gain access to energy efficient cookstoves. They reduce fuel consumption and produce less smoke, black soot and particulate matter, helping to lower indoor air pollution and prevent respiratory diseases.

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Wind in Argentinian Patagonia

This wind farm, currently the largest in Argentina, is located in Patagonia, near the Atlantic Ocean, one of the windiest regions in the world. With 43 turbines and 80 MW of installed capacity, it supplies clean, renewable electricity to the Argentinian grid, preventing CO2 from entering the atmosphere.

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Assunção ceramic

In the municipality of Aquiraz, north-east Brazil, ceramic company Assunção Ceramic makes construction products including bricks, tiles and flagstones. Thanks to this project, the company now feeds the kilns with 100% renewable, organic materials such as sawdust, cashew wood, coconut husk and babaçu residues.

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Ziyaret wind power in Turkey

This project makes use of Turkey’s wind supply – one of the best in Europe – to generate clean, renewable electricity from 23 wind turbines. The electricity is fed into the Turkish grid, helping the country to increase its power generation from renewable sources, and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.

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Efficient cookstoves in Honduras

Proyecto Mirador enables rural communities in Honduras to replace traditional cookstoves with fuel-efficient ‘Dos por Tres’ stoves. These have been engineered to burn hotter while using less fuel, reducing indoor air pollution, saving people money and cutting carbon emissions.

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Boreholes in Malawi

The Malawi Borehole Rehabilitation programme provides much needed safe drinking water to communities in Malawi’s Dowa and Kasungu districts by repairing damaged boreholes and drilling new holes.

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