Local Stakeholder Feedback Requested for Sub-Saharan African Improved Cookstove Projects
C-Quest Capital is developing improved cookstove projects in Angola and Mozambique under VERRA/Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS) and seeks to obtain Voluntary Carbon Units (VCUs). Through the distribution and installation of our energy-efficient cookstoves, we aim to reduce the use of non-renewable biomass for cooking and water boiling for households, particularly in rural areas. To better design these projects, C-Quest Capital is seeking feedback through an online stakeholder consultation process that seeks to gather comments and suggestions.Feedback on the proposed projects will be collected from 26 October to 25 November 2020. The feedback deadline for Mozambique has been extended to 26 March 2021.
Detailed information on the projects is below. Please provide feedback in the form below.