Taiwo Adewole and Associates

Mission

A renowned environmental consultant with several years of broad-range experience in the industry, Taiwo Adewole is presently the Chief Executive Officer of Taiwo Adewole and Associates Limited, an Environmental Consultancy firm. We are mainly involved in sourcing for alternative sources of energy such as solar stoves, wind power, and methane gas from waste.

Organization Type Independent Consultant

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Mr. Adewole Taiwo
taiwoadewole@yahoo.com
Secondary Contact


Address Close 12 House 10 Satellite Town
Lagos, LA
23401
Nigeria
Website
Phone +2348023354679
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Calling/Fax Instructions

Our Focus

Primary Initiatives, Target Populations, and Scope of Work:

We are presently working on an advocacy campaign in the rural areas where they use fire wood as source of energy. Instead we want to encourage them to plant more trees and embrace solar stoves.

Fuels/Technologies: Biogas
Biomass
Solar
Wind
Sectors of Experience: Carbon Finance
Education
Energy
Environment
Renewable Energy
Small Business
Countries of Operation: Nigeria

Our Experience And Interest In The Four PCIA Central Focus Areas

Social/Cultural barriers to using traditional fuels and stoves:

The greatest barrier is that most of the people in the rural areas have been used to the act of cooking with firewood. It will take a lot of time to persuade some of them to switch to clean and alternative sources because of the cost of the alternatives sources.


Market development for improved cooking technologies:

We are looking for partners that can take advantages of the market and bring in cheaper solar stoves or even stoves that can work using briquettes.


Technology standardization for cooking, heating and ventilation:

We would be glad to accept any assistance or technology that can standardize our efforts, especially for cooking, which will save a lots of trees from being cut down for cooking needs.


Indoor air pollution exposure and health monitoring:

We have other partners locally who help in monitoring the exposure to pollution and the health implications in the rural areas, but more still needs to be done through capacity building.

Relevant Publications or Studies

None noted

Our Contribution to the Partnership

We would like to participate mostly through capacity building and constant training/workshops