We design high-quality, low-cost cooking solutions that save money and cook faster. See our innovation.
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We deliver the SMART way
We design more than cookstoves. We innovate SMART scalable solutions that deliver stoves to the most remote and underdeveloped regions of the world.
We build the lowest cost, highest quality stoves that offer economic, health, and environmental benefits.
We develop and encourage local stove entrepreneurs and customer service agents to deliver products across the world.
We design customer-tested cooking technology that is efficient, durable, and desirable.
The Impact of 1 Million Stoves
Our stoves have helped more than 5 million people across the globe cook smarter, save money, and reduce their carbon footprint.
“Its very soild, very beautiful and It helps us in the kitchen. We can save money to do other things in the kitchen this is why we call it the queen of the kitchen. It’s the queen. Its number 1!”
—Ghana focus group
“Durable, classic and fast. The fuel can last for long periods of time and the stove can accommodate a range of cooking pots.”
—Kenya focus group
“I used to spend $4.20 every week on firewood but now since I bought the SmartSaver Wood Stove, I only use $1.70 and I can use my savings to supplement the school fees for my children.”
—Mary, Burkino Faso
“It looks smart in my kitchen. Every visitor likes it and I am proud of its beauty and efficiency. With the SmartSaver Charcoal Stove I can save $6.50 a week for my family.”
—Rebecca, Nairobi, Kenya
“I like the new stove because now my pots don’t get dirty, there are no ashes in my milk, it cooks faster and I have more time to spend with my children”
“Using the new stove has improved my daily life. It produces almost no smoke and is much safer than the open fire I am used to. I am really excited because I need much less wood and save a lot of money. Wood prices are really high these days. We will use these savings for the education of our children.”
—Daw Nyo Mya, Myanmar
“Our chef would begin cooking at 6am and often lunch would not be ready for the children at 1. Now she starts at 10am and never misses a meal cooking with only 3 pieces of wood.”
—School Headmaster, Ngelani school, Kenya