The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the worlds leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capitals Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.” It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charitys own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme. Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow. Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org Commenting on the stoves success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves. It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.” The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time. It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future. For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org www.ashdenawards.org


Shell Foundation stove partner wins world prize


An innovative new cook stove developed in China thanks to backing from Shell Foundation has won a prestigious green energy award.


The Ashden Awards, widely recognised as the world’s leading green energy awards, were announced in London last night (21 June) with the Beijing Shenzhou Daxu product winning the coveted Enterprise Award. Former US Vice President Al Gore was at the capital’s Royal Geographical Society to present the prizes, congratulating the winners for their “inspiring efforts to create lasting solutions to climate change.”

It was only three months ago that the stove won a Shell Foundation innovation award after proving its fuel efficiency and low emission levels in the charity’s own Chinese biomass awards. These features are crucial as the Foundation works to reduce the enormous problem of indoor air pollution through its global Breathing Space programme.

Now judges for the Ashden Awards have also recognised the Chinese company as a renewable energy pioneer, presenting Daxu owner Mr Pan Shijiao with a cheque for £30,000 to help expand the project and see it replicated on a large scale. At a separate function earlier in the day with HRH The Prince of Wales, the winners were praised for devising practical, simple and economical solutions that others can easily follow.

       
    ...It is extremely satisfying for all concerned ...    
       
Rosanne Gray, Business Manager, Shell Foundation
 

Commenting on the stove’s success, Breathing Space programme officer Rosanne Gray said: “ We know from our own awards that Beijing Daxu have designed and manufactured a stove which has the potential to reduce the half a million Chinese people who are dying prematurely each year because of indoor air pollution caused by their existing cook stoves.

“It is extremely satisfying for all concerned that the product has now received worldwide recognition by winning one of the Ashden Awards. To be working so closely with a company that is good enough to win such an award is testament to the priority we place on tackling indoor air pollution and I know from Mr Pan that he believes his company would not have been in a position to win this prize without the backing from Shell Foundation.”

The stove, which allows users to burn widely available crop waste and wood rather than expensive coal, has already reached sales of 25,000 since it went into production last year. Studies have shown it reduces the cost of cooking and heating by 50% and significantly reduces levels of IAP and smoke. Some also come with a back boiler, bringing running hot water and central heating to rural families for the first time.

It was also a successful night for another Shell Foundation initiative with Project Gaia, an Ethiopian programme to create a commercially viable household stove using alcohol-based fuels being awarded a small grant of £1,000 after the judges recognised it had the potential to deliver major benefits in the future.

For further information about the awards go to www.ashdenawards.org