PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC), Uganda
The Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC) has developed into an internationally recognized Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre (RTKC) working in partnership with the Global Alliance for Clean Cook stoves (Alliance). The objective of the RTKC is to provide stove and fuel testing services through globally accepted testing procedures for the East-African region.
Radha’s Message for August 2014
August has been a very busy month at the Alliance as we gear up a very full autumn of market building activities, advocacy and awareness raising events. I thought you might appreciate a preview as you continue to move full steam ahead on your own important efforts.
The Importance of Cleaner Fuels
How much of an improvement in health can cookstove technologies and fuels contribute to? That is the key question researchers are examining across wide geographies and cooking technologies.
Aiming High for Standards: Innovation Nominations are Open
Standards encourage innovators to aim high, produce better and safer products for consumers, while also saving them money. More and more clean cooking organizations are using standards to influence design and to select technologies and fuels for distribution and investment, which will increase the pace of innovation in clean cooking solutions.
HAPIT: Household Air Pollution Intervention Tool for Comparing Health Impacts of Cooking Technologies
Policy-makers, donors, non-governmental organizations, project developers, and researchers now have a tool to help quickly compare the impacts of various cooking technologies on human health at the national level.