ACE-1 Ultra Clean Biomass Cookstove
African Clean Energy
ACE-1 Ultra Clean Biomass Cookstove: A smoke-free, gasification stove that can burn almost any biomass without any resultant smoke.
These stoves are mainly being used in Africa, and the manufacturers have received expressions of interest from India, Southeast Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America and Australia.
African Clean Energy, with regional distributors worldwide.
Almost 200 clean cookstoves. Full list is available via the Clean Cooking Catalog.Three stone fires and inefficient, traditional stoves.
Through African Clean Energy’s online web shop. Stoves are also available through distributors worldwide, although their individual contact information is not available.
40,000. Email with representative
Removable steel top 20mm refractory ceramic tiles within burning chamber Handles for portability Stainless steel body Control knob (max, 4-5 kW, min 2-3 kW) Solar/grid plug
USB port DC connector for LED light Fan Battery: LiFePO4 6.4V / 5 Ah
Dimensions (LxWxH) (cm): 33 x 33 x 35 Weight (kg): 4.6
Full instructions available on African Clean Energy website. Contact information available for technical support after purchase and assembly.
Repairs and supplementary products are available through regional distributors.
Approximate 12 year lifespan. 1 year manufacturer warranty, with potential lifetime warranties from certain integrated distribution projects. No disposal information.
Reduction in fuel use around 70% Elimination of black carbon emissions from cooking Virtually smokeless burning Fuel cost savings over 50% Basic electricity for LED lights, mobile phones, etc.
Testing results for the stove are summarized and can be downloaded from the Clean Cooking Catalog.
Colorado State University Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory, Renewable Energy and New Materials Institute.
1. The room should be well ventilated.
2. Place the stove on a flat surface.
3. Keep the stove out of reach of small children.
100 Lumen LED unit (available soon), 9V 5W frameless PET unit unregulated Solar panel.
Jetter, J.J., Kariher, P., Solid-fuel Household Cookstoves: Characterization of Performance and Emissions. Biomass and bioenergy. 2009;33:2294-305
Jetter, J., et al., Pollutant Emissions and Energy Efficiency Under Controlled Conditions for Household Biomass Cookstoves and Implications for Metrics Useful in Setting International Test Standards. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2012;46(19):10827-10834.
Anenberg, S.C., et al., Cleaner Cooking Solutions to Achieve Health, Climate, and Economic Co-benefits. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2013;47(9):3944-3952.
Test performance tier rankings using guidelines and standards established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)’s International Workshop Agreement (IWA).
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