First year of ACREST-CO2balance partnership

9 February, 2015 | eszterhegyi
Categories: Cameroon, Improved Cookstoves

Since the local stakeholder meeting held in January last year, a significant progress was achieved in the jointly implemented “West Cameroon Improved Cookstove” Project. The Gold Standard Foundation listed our project, endorsing this unique partnership whereby local knowledge and skills are matched with international support and know-how. The improved cookstoves made at the ACREST Headquarter… Read the full article >


Rwandan Boreholes

20 August, 2014 | eszterhegyi
Categories: Rwanda, Safe Water

  While the CO2balance and Climate Corporation cookstove projects in Rwanda continue to make fantastic progress, we are also working on feasibility studies to be able to start our first Rwandan borehole project! We are working closely together with Rwandans4water, a non-profit organisation registered in Rwanda providing clean water solutions to communities. Rwandans4water was established in 2008… Read the full article >


Project partner ACREST among the finalists of the Clinton Global Initiative University Challenge

26 March, 2014 | eszterhegyi
Categories: Cameroon

At CO2balance we believe that our projects have the biggest impact on the ground if we work in strong partnerships with local communities and organisations, which is why CO2balance welcomes similar partnerships whereby international support meets local knowledge and skills. The African Centre of Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (ACREST), our partner NGO in Cameroon… Read the full article >


co2balance arrives for project stakeholder meeting in Bangang, Cameroon

6 January, 2014 | CO2balance
Categories: Cameroon, Improved Cookstoves

Eszter Hegyi from co2balance has arrived in Bangang, Cameroon to conduct the local stakeholder consultation alongside our project partner ACREST on the 7th Jan 2014.  The meeting will be held in ACREST’s headquarters, in a lush jungle location powered by a water wheel – redefining the meaning of green! The ‘West Cameroon Improved Cookstoves Project’… Read the full article >