DTW Lotus Biogas Burner

Development Technology Workshop (DTW)

The Lotus burner is a single burner with modifications for primary air mixing and flame length using biogas as a fuel. The Lotus burner is intended for domestic use with decentralized biodigesters and stemmed from a research initiative funded by SNV and the National Biogas Programme of Cambodia. The Lotus stove was derived from the widely distributed Nepal biogas burner.

DTW is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

http://www.dtw.org.kh

Product description

The Lotus burner is a single burner with modifications for primary air mixing and flame length using biogas as a fuel. The Lotus burner is intended for domestic use with decentralized biodigesters and stemmed from a research initiative funded by SNV and the National Biogas Programme of Cambodia. The Lotus stove was derived from the widely distributed Nepal biogas burner.

DTW is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

http://www.dtw.org.kh

Target region(s)
Distributors/implementing organizations

The National Biodigester Programme has a retail sale office where interested customers can go in person to purchase a biogas stove.

Development Technology Workshop designed and manufactures the lotus stove.

Netherlands Development Organization (SNV) supported the design and actively distributes the stove among their project partners.

Market suggested retail price

$24.50 USD (includes stove base and burner) from the NBP retail office ^(interview with representative)

Target user(s)

Individuals, households and businesses. A household or individual that has access to biogas.

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