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    CEESD Exhibit Envirofit Stoves

    Honorable Energy Minister, Hon. Kofi Buah and Executive Director of Global Alliance of Clean Cookstove visits CEESD exhibition stand at the First National Cookstove Conference in Ghana.

    CEESD conducts MRV and OSV

    CEESD conducts MRV and OSV on its Cookstove Program

    CEESD BUILDS BIOGAS PLANT AT KITA

    Assistant Director of CEESD Ing. Edward Antwi, who was also the project coordinator, addressing participants during the launch of the plant

    CLEAN COOKSTOVE STANDARDIZATION WORKSHOP

    CEESD Director and his Assistant attends the madien cookstove standardization and labeling meeting in Accra

    ceesd partners snv for voice for change project

    advocates for the prioritisation of mini-grids in off-grid island and riverside communities

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    The Centre for Energy, Environment, and Sustainable Development (CEESD) is a non-for-profit organisation devoted to technologies that offer engineering solutions to global challenges such as climate change, energy poverty, environmental degradation, and pollution on local communities in Ghana and Africa.
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