This project aimed to maintain sustainable charcoal briquette production at Community Based Enterprises (CBEs) after working Capital requirements increased due to scaling up of installed production capacity from 60MT to 2000 MT/year. As a result of the project the CBEs would become self-sustaining within 18 months. This large scale-up was made possible by the EEP S&EA grant funds from 2012-2014. The previous project aimed to train rural Tanzanians to convert agro-waste and other dry biomass into char powder. The funding also financed the establishment of Community Based Enterprises (CBEs) for purchasing the char powder from the trained producers and manufacture and sell sustainable charcoal briquettes to replace unsustainable wood charcoal. The proposed project is a value addition and a final step to these two projects.