by Daniel Schnitzer
In addition to efficient charcoal stoves like the “recho mirak” and the clay-insulated stove being made in Port-au-Prince, Haitian entrepreneurs are making liquid fuel stoves. Our stove test included footage of the kerosene stove made by Ecole Atelier in Camp Perrin.
I took that stove with me to Terrier Rouge on the opposite side of the country to test it with Biodiesel made at Jatropha Pepinye. It performed beautifully. I also got a chance to use another kerosene stove that is actually being produced in Terrier Rouge. See more pictures on Picasa.