The Mimi Moto is a forced-air gasifer cookstove designed to operate using locally produced biomass pellets as fuel. Two removable burning chambers are used; the larger for high powered flame, and a smaller biomass chamber for low power simmering. The built-in fan is powered by an external rechargable battery pack. A solar panel is included to charge the battery pack for off-grid applications.
A list of nearly 300 cookstoves is available in the Clean Cooking Catalog.
Three stone fires and inefficient, traditional stoves.
Individuals and families in need of a cooking method which reduces indoor air pollution and requires less fuel
Patented by parent company Simlogic
Users can obtain the stove and pellets in Zambia through Supamoto Energy
Users can obtain the stove and pellets in Kenya through Inyenyeri
Mimi Moto gasifier cookstoves can be donated to families in South Africa through the clean cooking revolution website. One family can be provided a cookstove for 42.51 USD, and discounts are available when sponsoring multiple families. Users in South Africa can purchase the stove for ZAR 350 (23.63 USD). Users can also pay in installments or enroll in a micro credit program. Contact Clean Cooking Revolution for South African distribution information.
According to manufacturer’s website: Mimi Moto will not only improve the indoor air quality; an average household will also save around $12 dollar per month on fuel.
Not specified. A cooking tool is provided for handling the hot chambers and tending the fire.
The Clean Cookstoves are standard equipped with a solar panel, to charge the rechargeable battery pack when electricity is not around.
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