Listen: Creating Sustainable Energy for Sub-Saharan Africa with Judith Joan Walker

 

On our Energy podcast today we are joined by Judith Joan Walker, who heads up operations for African Clean Energy! We not only learn how devastating cooking smoke is for the Sub-Saharan residents but also how financially depreciating it is as well as environmentally destructive. The good news is the people at ACE are doing amazing work in not only eliminating black carbon, but they also have a product that virtually eliminates smoke as well as over 50% of the costs associated with these cooking methods. Another thing we discuss is the trend of micro-finance and how this has ultimately enabled anybody to take the necessary steps needed to take the next step in cooking technology and solar energy.

For more information on African Clean Energy, check out their website – africancleanenergy.com

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