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Modern Energy Cooking Services in Tanzania: eCookbooks, eCooking demos and government lobbying

25th March 20, Post, Posted by

Written by TaTEDO (Tanzania Traditional Energy Development Organization, MECS Southern Partner), about their activities in February and March 2020. Find…

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Solar eRecipes – establishing the minimum viable product for solar electric cooking

19th March 20, Post, Posted by

by Jon Leary, Agnes Kalyonge, Monica Kalyonge, Hannah Blair, Sam Grant and Max Garnick. These solar eRecipes are designed to…

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Solar’s past and e-cooking’s future

19th February 20, Post, Posted by

By Dr Rob Byrne (MECS UK University partner project lead for the University of Sussex, and Senior Lecturer, Science Policy…

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Part 2. Bottled biogas: why isn’t the genie in the bottle yet?

14th February 20, Post, Posted by

By Matt Leach, MECS Gamos Associate, and Professor at the University of Surrey [This is a second (and final) blog relating…

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Part 1. Bottled biogas: why isn’t the genie in the bottle yet?

11th February 20, Post, Posted by

By Matt Leach, MECS Gamos Associate, and Professor at the University of Surrey A recent MECS working paper asks whether…

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Which came first, the cook or the cooker?

07th February 20, Post, Posted by

By Dr Jaqi Lee, S2A Associates, Sustainability Systems Analysis Technology is wonderful, it has the potential to utterly transform peoples’ lives…

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It depends! The answer to life, the universe and everything

05th February 20, Post, Posted by

By Dr Jaqi Lee, S2A Associates, Sustainability Systems Analysis This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA There…

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Untapped opportunities: markets for efficient electric cooking appliance manufacturing in East and Southern Africa

03rd February 20, Post, Posted by

Fundamental components of an EPC. The latest paper authored by members of the MECS team highlights the emerging opportunity for…

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The decade of renewable energy

29th January 20, Post, Posted by

By Dr Simon Batchelor Photo credit: IRENA assembly. As the IRENA assembly gathered in Abu Dhabi there was both good…

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Love is where the budget is

23rd January 20, Post, Posted by

Inter-ministerial debate and cooperation – the role of the legislator. By Dr Simon Batchelor. The Climate Parliament working with Wilton…

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