WLPGA member GenteGas is a high-impact social enterprise dedicated to improving the quality of life of families in Guatemala. This case study looks at GenteGas’ project to deliver affordable gas stoves and household health
education to low-income families exposed to toxic levels of wood smoke.
The Statistical Review of Global LP Gas 2014 is now available. A copy was sent to all WLPGA members and you can expect to receive this shortly. For more information contact Laurence Poret.
Non members may order a copy of the Review from Argus Media by contacting Philip Shaw on firstname.lastname@example.org.
WLPGA member and Industry Council member Petredec opened a new LP Gas terminal in Mauritius in March 2014. The LP Gas Mounded Storage Import/Re-export Terminal facility and is the largest on-land LP Gas storage facility in the region.
WLPGA Member and Industry Council Member Flogas embarked on a fascinating cooperation with the award
winning Knockdhu distillery in Scotland. The project aimed to help the distillery improve their production processes by using LPG to meet sustainability targets. This Exceptional Energy success story looks at the story behind the distillery, the challenges faced and how the Flogas solution was put in place.
Report developed for the World LP Gas Association by ENERGIA International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy.
The Roadmap, which was created by a working group of WLPGA members, outlines a project plan for how Cooking For Life will achieve its objective of converting one billion people from using biomass and other traditional fuels to LP Gas by 2030. The Roadmap was managed by Nexight consultants and included feedback from a number of key figures from within and outside the LP Gas industry. The Roadmap outlines the guiding principles of the initiative and what steps need to be taken to reach to goal.
Energy is crucial to sustainable development in small island developing states (SIDS) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP Gas) has a central role in achieving that goal.
Tofu and Tempeh Production in Indonesia - A WLPGA Case Study
Tofu and tempeh (a traditional soy product originally from Indonesia) are fundamental to the Indonesian diet where they are a staple source of affordable protein. Tofu and tempeh are traditionally produced using firewood to heat soybeans. A lack of government regulation has led to poor sanitation, safety and health conditions, and high environmental impacts.