Clean, efficient, sustainable, affordable, and usable technologies and fuels. Consistent methods (standards) to evaluate performance help consumers, investors, donors, and policy makers navigate the market. Regional Testing and Knowledge Centers worldwide are applying standardized test methods to increase publically shareable data. By using standards and testing to set ambitious and achievable goals, we can strengthen national policies and drive innovation that will lead to improved technologies and fuels.
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Stoves
Clean Cooking Catalog
Standards
Standards provide rigorous definitions for emissions (relevant for climate and health), efficiency, safety, durability, and quality
Testing
Comprehensive lists of protocols (for a range of stove and fuel types) and Regional Testing and Knowledge Centers (RKTC)
Fuels
A variety of fuels are currently employed around the world for household cooking, each with different environmental, social and economic impacts
Stoves
A variety cooking technologies are available to address economic and sociocultural factors and energy requirements
Clean Cooking Catalog
Global database of cookstoves and fuels, including features, specifications, prices, and performance
March 09, 2016

At a special UN-hosted TEDx event in Geneva last month, the Alliance’s Dr. Ranyee Chiang helped spread the idea that standards for clean cooking technologies were critical to advancing how the world cooks. They’re also pretty important, she added, when it comes to cooking her “Nai Nai’s” famous meatballs.

August 03, 2017
Webinar: Solar cooker performance evaluation

Contact Information
To reach the Alliance with questions or comments regarding clean cookstoves, fuels, standards, and testing: info@cleancookstoves.org

For information on contributing to the Clean Cooking Catalog: catalog@cleancookstoves.org

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