Project Gaia promotes clean, safe, efficient cookstoves powered by alcohol fuels. By providing access to sustainable fuels we hope to change the face of energy poverty. We work wherever people struggle to cook their meals.

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  • Gaia Association secures over 365,000 liters of ethanol for humanitarian program

    Gaia Association has successfully secured over 365,000 liters of ethanol for its humanitarian program operating in refugee camps in Ethiopia. Thanks to support from the Biofuels Directorate, the ethanol has been approved for purchase by Gaia Association on behalf of … Continued

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  • PGI and Gaia Association attend Biofuels Development Stakeholders Forum

    Wubshet Tsehayu, carbon finance expert at Project Gaia (PGI) and Desalegn Getaneh, the director of Gaia Association, PGI’s Ethiopian sister organization, attended the Ethiopian Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas’ Biofuels Development Stakeholders Forum on June 16 and 17, 2017 … Continued

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  • Clariant Cellulosic Ethanol Donation Lets 1,000 Malagasy Families Cook Safer and Cleaner

    Straubing, Germany and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA – Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals and one of the leading providers globally of cellulosic ethanol production technology, and Project Gaia, a non-profit promoting the use of alcohol fuels (ethanol and methanol) … Continued

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  • To our supporters: Thank you!

    The holiday season is a time of celebration, a time for festive gatherings, special meals, and family togetherness.  In the midst of holiday shopping, travel and preparations for visits from family members, people take an extra moment to be kinder, … Continued

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  • Request for Proposals: Ethanol Micro Distillery for Madagascar

    Clean Cooking Madagascar is seeing proposals for the supply of an ethanol pilot micro distillery sized from 2,000 to 5,000 liters/day. This is part of a national program. The successful proposer may be asked to provide additional distilleries once the program moves from pilot stage to scale-up. This program will support the scale-up of 100,000 ethanol stoves over five (5) years.

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