The price of charcoal has more than doubled since the beginning of the year. A sack of charcoal costs 100,000/ up from 55,000/ in most markets (bibanda) and that’s where knowing Eco stove Uganda prices will enable you plan and budget accordingly
According to Uganda National Household Survey 2016/17, 94 percent of the households in Uganda use charcoal/firewood for cooking and 80.3% in Kampala use charcoal as source of fuel.
The Good news is that there is a smart solar aided eco stove kitchen that saves up 80% of charcoal usage by using re-usable magma rocks supported by a solar powered air system that enables the stove to achieve maximum efficiency.
Masrcorp clean energy based local kitchens use a combination of the abundantly available magma rocks at 70% and Biomass (briquettes, charcoal) at 30%. This combination is driven by a solar powered air system that pushes combustion air into it. The air system is mounted to a variable controller that regulates the desired fire intensity.
Owning a Masrcorp solar aided eco stove kitchen has tremendous benefits;
- cost saving, save up to 80% charcoal usage
- smoke free.
- cooks very fast.
- Clean & tidy. Makes the kitchen an enjoyable place
- flexible to use, comes with different burner sizes and an optional grill oven
- You can regulate your desired fire intensity.
The smart modern local Eco stove kitchen has gained ground and growing steadily since Masrcorp introduced it as a better alternative to the outdated ‘sigiri’ (charcoal stove).