Kisumu, Kenya, is a city that excels at adding value to waste items yet struggles with a systematic approach for solid-waste management. Meanwhile, families cook for hours every day using harmful fuels like kerosene, charcoal and firewood. Blue Gas is a project that investigates the business possibilities of transitioning to biogas, trialling a domestic biogas digester, a harvesting storage bag and a modified biogas stove. The aim of the project is to provide an affordable model for a piecemeal transition to alternative and renewable energy fuels in the household.
Jeff is originally from Pheonix, Arizone and studied at Standford University for his undergrad degree in Product Design Engineering. He's done projects focused on single parent empty-nesters, climate change housing-loss victims, new bread bakers and even clowns. Jeff enjoys focusing his efforts in Designing for Social Impact, Sustainable Transportaition Design, Housing Application Design Ethics. In his free time, you can find him signing to himself, trying a new sport or roasting some vegetables.morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram
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