Latest Kerosene lamp Stories
The W100 is a powerful solar work light that was originally designed for artisan fishing communities to replace the traditional kerosene lanterns fishermen use to attract fish.
The Grid Earth Store will donate a Waka Waka light for every Waka Power light sold.
Thousands of people who previously lived with dangerous kerosene and candle light in their homes are now living safe and breathing easier.
The primary source of light for more than a billion people in developing nations is also churning out black carbon at levels previously overlooked in greenhouse gas estimates, according to a new study led by researchers at UC Berkeley and the University of Illinois.
KXAN talks with the Director of the Grid Earth Project about the dangers of kerosene when used as a source of household lighting. (PRWEB) July 21, 2012
Bethlehem Burners, a division of Bethlehem Apparatus Company, Inc., and manufacturers of surface-mixed glassworking torches since 1950, has introduced the new Bethlehem Bravo Lampworking Torch.
Recently, the village of Bomba in Belize took a huge step forward in technology with help from the Austin, TX-based U.S. organization Grid Earth, also known as GEAR.
- Growing in low tufty patches.