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  • Energy Efficient Cooking Solution for low emission development in Nepal – VCS2303 – 2020

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    STOCK: 18412

    The project involves promotion of improved cooking stoves (ICS) to rural households of Nepal. The project intends to avail the households with clean cooking solutions; thereby, displacing the less efficient traditional cooking stoves from the kitchen with stoves of better efficiency. Replacement of the traditional cooking stoves with ICS will reduce the exposure of the family members, specifically women, to the indoor air pollution and therefore result in saving of health related expenses. Each stoves disseminated under the project will potentially reduce the firewood consumption by half. The project is implemented in Central Plain region of Nepal covering two districts namely Dhanusa and Mahottari. The project covers a total 17,887 ICS which is expected to result in annual emission reductions of 33,672 tCO2e.

  • Improved Cooking Stoves in Bangladesh – GS10833 – 2020

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    STOCK: 3244

    The purpose of this small scale Programme of Activities (“SSC-PoA”) is the dissemination of efficient cooking stoves in Bangladesh.

    The Programme will promote two broad categories of Improved Cooking Stoves (“ICS”):

    • Domestic biomass-burning stoves

    • Non-domestic biomass-burning stoves

    ICS’s disseminated under this PoA are more efficient in transferring heat from the fuel to the pot than the so called traditional stoves. During the course of the PoA, the goal of the PoA is to transform the kitchens of households in Bangladesh through the sale and distribution of ICS. The ICS will have multiple benefits of reducing global greenhouse gas emissions, reducing pressure on forests and woody biomass resources, and also reducing indoor air pollution associated with use of traditional stoves.

    The ID (GS10833) refers to the Program of Activity, and there is a group of IDs underneath this PoA ID’s. For this specific group of 2018 vintages, the IDs are GS10974, GS10976, GS10977 & GS10981.