This project finances the increase in household use of ethanol, enhancement of distillery design and operations, and establishes an ethanol production safeguard system for future scale-up in Madagascar. This includes giving payments to participating households who adopt ethanol cooking solutions during the first five years of the program implementation period.
This project is financed by the Carbon Fund. The program will be implemented by Green Development AS, a private Norwegian company, in partnership with Local Implementation Partners (LIPs) organized by an industry trade association named Angovo Men’ Eva.
Contact: Giovanni Ruta
Title: Senior Environmental Economist
Tel: 5339+6014 /
Contact: Nuyi Tao
Title: Senior Carbon Finance Specialist
Name: Green Development A.S.
Contact: Havard Norstebo
Title: General Manager
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