Field Notes – Building a Cookstove Market in Nigeria

Field Notes Buidling a Cookstove Market in Nigeria

Envirofit has been working in Nigeria since 2012 and to date has reached over 250,000 people by manufacturing, distributing and selling the country’s highest performing line of cookstoves. We spoke with our Sales Director, Biodun Olaore, about the challenges and successes of the last 5 years and how Envirofit Nigeria has improved the lives of… read more


Stove Stacking – Problem or Challenge?

Stove stacking by biomass fuel users is a common occurence

Household energy in Ghana, as in much of the world, lies at the intersection between tradition, affordability and convenience. Energy like charcoal is reliable, affordable and readily available, and so it becomes a tradition that households are built around. But traditions can be updated if people see the value of changing them.… read more


Communities of Change – The Deliciousness of a Community Cookout

Entrants cooked their best meal on the SuperSaver SPANDAN coosktove

Just as the monsoons started this year, the Envirofit India team watched in fascination as 50 women took their places at the ‘Maan Sugaran’ cooking competition in rural Maharashtra. Intended as a pilot, the competition was a way to bring users of our clean cookstove, the SuperSaver SPANDAN™, out into the open to show community… read more


Pilau

Award winning Chef Ali Mandhry shares this recipe for chicken mishkaki made on the Envirofit SuperSaver Charcoal Jiko!… read more


Envirofit Mexico Helps in Earthquake Relief

Envirofit Mexico Employee Observes Earthquake Damage

September 19th is a date for Mexicans that is difficult to forget. On the morning of that day this year, the 32nd anniversary of the 1985 Mexico City earthquake was commemorated. That earthquake was the most devastating the city has ever experienced, taking the lives of some 10,000 people.… read more


Stewed Peas

Award winning Chef Ali Mandhry shares this recipe for chicken mishkaki made on the Envirofit SuperSaver Charcoal Jiko!… read more