The Troika Bingwa stove is a version from the Quad3 stove that is appropriate for households and businesses with cooking needs like small restaurants and shops for boiling drinking water. The stove is portable and uses a wide variety of biomass fuels, starts and cooks faster with less smoke AND makes charcoal
The TChar is a TLUD adopter that is placed onto of a normal charcoal stove, used as a normal TLUD gasifier stove and once pyrolysis is complete, the TChar is lifted off leaving hot char in the charcoal stove.
Basically, you get to use any dry biomass for cooking and thereafter use you usual charcoal stove.
Awamu makes and distributes dry biomass fuels that are appropriate for use in our stoves. Fuels like Wood chips, chopped wood, maize cobs, uncarbonized briquettes, and maize cobs among others.
The Mwoto Quad3 stove is a Top Lit UpDraft (TLUD) micro-gasifier stove that burns dry biomass fuels into char through the pyrolysis process. The stove is famous for using readily available biomass including wood, maize cobs, twigs, uncarbonized briquettes, papyrus among others
Biochar is a solid material obtained from the carbonisation of biomass. Biochar may be added to soils with the intention to improve soil functions and to reduce emissions from biomass that would otherwise naturally degrade to greenhouse gases. Biochar also has appreciable carbon sequestration value.
Awamu Biomass Energy was recorgonized by United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) as an exceltional social and environmental enterprise for its low carbon innovation in October 2013. The SEED Award 2013 also supported Awamu with business plan development and financial support