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Last updated: 10 May 2016      
Solar Cooking in Sierra Leone West Africa03:35

Solar Cooking in Sierra Leone West Africa


See also: Global Calendar of Events and Past events in Sierra Leone


  • May 2016: Solar Cookers International is seeking community solar cooking trainers and local manufacturing partners in Sierra Leone (near Newton and Freetown) to explore a potential project. If interested, contact with information about your experience and qualifications.


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      In Sierra Leone low grades of energy dominate the energy scene; about 87% of the total energy used in Sierra Leone is traditional fuels, that is, firewood and charcoal. In terms of cooking, wood is the predominant household energy source and it accounts for about 92% of the domestic energy use while charcoal accounts for 4.8%. Electricity and gas between them account for only 0.4% of household energy consumption. The petroleum product used in households is predominantly kerosene, which contributes about 2.7%. [1]

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      Solar Cooking in Sierra Leone West Africa03:35

      Solar Cooking in Sierra Leone West Africa

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                1. Statement Delivered by Hon. Haja Afsatu O. E. Kabba at the Crans Montana Forum, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

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