Research studies create a compelling case for global action despite the fact that household air pollution has been linked to over 4 million premature deaths annually, too few studies clearly demonstrate the benefits of using cleaner cooking technologies. The Alliance is building the evidence base to demonstrate that the adoption of these technologies will significantly improve public health. The Alliance has invested in competitive research grants to support studies across 23 countries.
Measuring Progress
Technology and Fuels
Impact Area Research
Market and Consumer Research
Measuring Progress
Through monitoring and evaluation, the Alliance is able measure outputs, intermediate outcomes, and long-term impacts of clean cooking technologies.
Seema Patel
Technology and Fuels
Fuel research to minimize negative environmental impacts and maximize efficiency of fuel harvesting, production and use. Technology research to improve performance, durability, and usability.
Impact Area Research
Research helps build the evidence base that the adoption of clean cooking technologies improves livelihoods.
Market and Consumer Research
Strong market intelligence leads to successful businesses and thriving markets. Consumer needs and desires drive purchasing decisions, and understanding the customer is at the heart of the Alliance’s work.
March 15, 2016

The Alliance supported a study conducted by Urban Emissions.Info to estimate the contribution of household air pollution from HEC to ambient air pollution in India at a district level using source modeling approach. See the easy-to-use tool.

July 26, 2016
Webinar: Designing Effective Cookstove and Fuel Marketing: From Consumer Insights to Predictive Analytics

Contact Information
To reach the Alliance with questions or comments regarding research or M&E: info@cleancookstoves.org

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