Updated on January 31, 2024

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Created on November 2, 2022

GE Ethanol Cooking Gel

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GE ethanol cooking gel is an alcohol fuel that comes from biomass feedstock.

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Product Description

GE Ethanol Cooking Gel uses a technology that makes it economically feasible to convert waste-based biomass into cellulosic ethanol using a combination of thermal, chemical and biochemical techniques. The yield of cellulose ethanol is more than 200 liters per tonne of fiber. This product is currently manufactured in 3 package sizes of gel fuel – 0.75 liters, 3 liters and 5 liters. The feedstock is primarily sawdust. The technology was developed and is registered with the Nigeria Patent Registry in the name of SMEFunds.

Target SDGs

SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

SDG 2: Zero Hunger

Market Suggested Retail Price

$1.15

Target Users (Target Impact Group)

Household

Distributors / Implementing Organizations

This product is distributed by GreenEnergy Biofuels.

Manufacturing/Building Method

Small local production plants located in Nigeria.

Intellectural Property Type

Patent

User Provision Model

15,000 green entrepreneurs (distribution agents)

Distributions to Date Status

1.6 million liters of bio-fuel sold in the last two years, as of 2021.

Material composition

Ethanol

Higher heating value (MJ/kg)

Unknown

Types of primary pollutants

Unknown

Design Specifications

GE Ethanol Cooking Gel uses a technology that makes it economically feasible to convert waste-based biomass into cellulosic ethanol using a combination of thermal, chemical and biochemical techniques. The yield of cellulose ethanol is more than 200 liters per tonne of fiber.

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Technical Support

Provided by the manufacturer.

Replacement Components

Unknown

Lifecycle

Unknown

Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters

Start over 18,000 green businesses with approximately 1,000 tonnes of carbon cut.

Vetted Performance Status

Unknown

Safety

These gels are specially engineered to burn evenly and safely with little air pollution, minimizing the risks in African homes.

Complementary Technical Systems

None

Academic Research and References

None

Compliance with regulations

Unknown

Evaluation methods

Unknown

Other Information

None

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