The Informer (Monrovia)

Liberia: Modern Green Charcoal Stove Hits Liberian Market

The Management of the Sjedi-Green Energy Incorporated has introduced on the Liberian market a newly invented Charcoal stove.

Mr. Peter Gbelia, CEO of the Company, said his Company works in partnership with the Enviro-fit International, the maker of the modern charcoal stove.

He said his company is the sole distributor of the modern charcoal stove in Liberia.

According to Gbelia, the use of the modern charcoal stove cuts down twice the cost of what many Liberians spend on the use of the regular charcoal pot.

"The modern charcoal stove also saves you from lung diseases and other sicknesses that are harmful to the human body, compared to that of the regular coal pots that are used around here which produce dark smoke and other dangerous subsistence that are more harmful than even malaria and HIV/AIDS," the CEO explained.

Gbelia said when the modern charcoal stove was introduced on the Liberian market, it was firstly sold for US$60, but it has now been reduced affordably to US$25.

The company has been in Liberia since last year and has been working with other institutions, hosting workshops, and teaching them how to use modern charcoal stove.

"Those wishing to purchase of make additional inquiries can contact our business center located at the ELWA Junction in Paynesville or call us via +231880747924," Gbelia said.

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