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Title Household Energy Access for Cooking and Heating: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward Description By Koffi Ekouevi is Senior Economist in the World Bank’s Energy Anchor Unit of the Sustainable Energy Department (SEGEN).
and Voravate Tuntivate is Consultant at the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).

An Energy and Mining Sector Board discussion paper.

This report provides a unique overview of the World Bank experience and important lessons learned by other multilateral, bilateral, and government organizations. It will provide insights for policy makers, stakeholders, and donors in meeting the challenge of providing clean cooking and heating solutions to poor households in developing countries.
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Organization The World Bank Group Energy Program
Location: continent Global

Categories

Energy service type 012 Cooking
032 Heating
Themes Int'l Development
Fuels Agri residue
BioOil
Branches
Briquettes
Charcoal
Coal
Dung cakes
Ethanol
Jatropha Oil
Kerosene
LPG
Pellets
Rice husk
Saw dust
Twigs
Wood
Technology 010 Stoves
011 Briquettes And Pellets
021 Biogas
031 Biofuels
041 Biochar
051 Solar
071 Hydro
091 Wind
Chimneys
Others
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Submitted by Christopher Hughes
Created Friday 26 of August, 2011 08:40:21 GMT
by Christopher Hughes


  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.


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