1771 ED Wieringerwerf,
E-mail: (nameatendofline)@xs4all.nl : bakensverzet
Incorporating innovative social, financial, economic, local administrative and productive structures, numerous renewable energy applications, with an important role for women in poverty alleviation in rural and poor urban environments.
"Money is not the key that opens the gates of the market but the bolt that bars them"
Gesell, Silvio The Natural Economic Order
Revised English edition, Peter Owen, London 1958, page 228
05.42 STRUCTURES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MINI-BRIQUETTES FOR STOVES
For a typical possible high efficiency stove design refer to:
The structures foreseen are for the production of mini-briquettes for the stoves to be made by the gypsum composite production units and for the production of bio-masse to make the mini-briquettes.
Since oil-producing plants will be used for bio-mass production, the mini-briquette production units will also press and filter seeds and fruits to make pure plant oil for small-scale electricity generation and for use with adapted Diesel motors.
Usually just one Moraisian workshop will be held in a given project area.
The project coordinator.
Consultant to project coordinator.
Consultant gypsum composites.
At least one representative of the ONG.
Representative of the Health Ministry.
Representative of the Rural Development ministry.
At least 5 observers (possible coordinators for future projects).
50 persons indicated by the tank commissions interested in the production of mini-briquettes.
200 persons indicated by the tank commissions, interested in producing bio-masse for the mini-briquettes.
Duration of the workshop: about four weeks.
The Workshop will be expected to produce the following structures:
A coordination structure.
- definition of the social form.
- professional and administrative structures.
- financial aspects including payments.
- relations with the local money LETS systems.
Analysis of requirements.
- detailed analysis of the present systems.
- demand in the project area.
- demand outside the project area.
c) Analysis of the bio-masse resources available.
d) Definition of the recipes (mixtures) socially acceptable.
e) Creation of the physical structures for briquette production.
- Assembly and stocking of materials.
- distribution of mini-briquettes.
g) Organisation of the cultivation of bio-mass.
- Availability of micro-credits for growers.
- Availability of micro-credits for briquette makers.
- Prices for briquette distribution according to the various mixtures.