Cookstove company gets funding to expand production in Kenya

Published 06:16 on December 22, 2022  /  Last updated at 06:16 on December 22, 2022  /  Africa, EMEA, International, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Two companies announced Thursday they are partnering up to expand access to clean cooking technologies, which are expected to generate over $20 million in voluntary carbon credit sales over the next decade.

Two companies announced Thursday they are partnering up to expand access to clean cooking technologies, which are expected to generate over $20 million in voluntary carbon credit sales over the next decade.

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