TRESOC is proud to have supported CISTAfrica’s Clean Cooking Kenya project by loaning them our MD Ian Bright. The project is turning an invasive plant – water hyacinth – from something choking its waterways into clean fuel; bioethanol. This reduces the use of wood and charcoal for cooking, which improves air quality and biodiversity and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Even the byproducts are beneficial – check out the video to find out more.
Ian spent the first couple of months of 2021 in Kenya consulting with the project organisers on how to make the fuel at scale. This film is one of the outcomes.