Greenway Stoves form modern replacements for traditional mud stoves (chulhas) delivering 65% fuel savings and 70% smoke reduction while working on all solid biomass fuels. Enabling clean cooking for rural households.
Built using our patented air regulation technology, they minimise noxious CO, PM and GHG emissions leading to better health, savings, climate change mitigation and everyday convenience.
Greenway Smart Stove is a single-burner, high efficiency cookstove that works on all solid biomass fuels such as wood, dry dung, crop waste, coconut waste, bamboo etc. Ideal for 4-5 member households.
Greenway Jumbo Stove is a single-burner, high efficiency cookstove that works on all solid biomass fuels such as wood, dry dung, crop waste, coconut waste, bamboo etc. Ideal for larger households.
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Greenway introduces the iconic Little Sun solar powered lamps. Designed and developed by artist Olafur Eliasson and Frederik Ottesen, these premium lamps promise the highest performance and aesthetic satisfaction.
Using traditional mud chulhas/indoor open fires contributes as much as 2% of the world's GHG emissions/Climate Change.
4 million deaths per annum are attributed globally to the negative health impact of using traditional chulhas. A quarter of these deaths occur in India alone.
2.8 Billion people cook on chulha and its traditional variants globally; primarily in Asia & Sub-saharan Africa.
In spite of access to modern fuels, low adoption and stoves stacking persists due to affordability and culture.
Women typically bear the drudgery, loss of productive time and health negatives associated with chulhas.
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Greenway is applying for registration of its program under Gold Standard for Global Goals
certification. The programme would result in GHG emission reductions and other impact
outcomes which can be traded internationally and the revenue collected from such trade
will benefit the scaling up of the project and thereby assist other households who are still
using traditional stoves. To seek prior consultation from all potential stakeholders, a nation-
wide local stakeholder consultation meeting was organized on 18 th July 2020 at Vadodara,
Gujarat. Based on the inputs from stakeholders, project design documents are prepared and
listed on the following link:
Greenway invites you to please review the documents and provide your feedback on the
appropriate incorporation of all potential sustainability aspects and other matters relating
to stakeholder concerns.
You may also email your comments at