Improving Health and Quality of Life with Clean Cooking Technologies and Fuels Brenda Doroski U.S. Environmental Protection Agency September 28, 2010. Responding to a Global Challenge. Almost 3 billion people burn solid fuels indoors for home cooking and heating.
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Improving Health and Quality of Life with Clean Cooking Technologies and Fuels
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
September 28, 2010
Source: WHO, Inheriting the World: the Atlas of Children's Health and the Environment
Solid fuel use causes about:
mainly in women and children.
Advantages: customers aspire to use LPG, high market awareness, clean, reliable, safe
Barriers: accessibility for rural populations, affordability for poor consumers, often used only for specific tasks
Innovations: smaller tank sizes address distribution and affordability, revolving funds support upfront purchase, targeted subsidies and incentives
Strengthening exchanges and networks.
Building local and regional capacity.
Developing tools and resources.
Implementing, replicating, and scaling-up sustainable stove projects to achieve breakthrough results.
ONIL StoveNixt. Stove
2001 8 0
2002 478 218
2003 1479 946
2004 2045 1262
2005 9246 3008
2006 14440 3407
2007 14850 3257
2008 9875 2564
2009 45000 3500
2010 (proj.) 90000 5000