You’re invited to join an online event on clean cooking and heating fuels in this session hosted in partnership with the Health and Energy Platform of Action (HEPA), the Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
In this session, “Defining and achieving clean cooking”, presenters will first define which fuels and technologies are considered clean for health and summarize the new WHO Air Quality guidelines. A panel of energy access experts will then present and discuss how policies can support transitions to different clean household energy options. This component will include a presentation of the new WHO Household Energy Policy Repository, which summarizes policies on clean fuels for cooking, heating and lighting from over 30 countries.
- Introduction: Julie Ipe, Senior Director for Market Strengthening, CCA
- Defining “Clean Fuels and Technologies” and the Role of Transitional Options: Heather Adair-Rohani, Technical Officer, WHO
- New WHO Air Quality Guidelines and Implications for Household Energy Use: Sophie Gumy, Technical Officer, WHO
- WHO Household Energy Policy Repository: Anisha Nazareth, Associate Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Fiona Lambe, Research Fellow, SEI
- Renewable and Clean Fuels and Technologies: Dr. Ute Collier, Head of Policy, Renewable Energy Markets, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
- Liquefied Petroleum Gas for Clean Cooking: Kimball Chen, Chairman, The Global LPG Partnership (GLPGP)
- Electricity for Clean Cooking: Simon Batchelor, UK Research and Innovation Coordinator, Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS)
- Panel Discussion: Policies to Support the Transition to Clean Fuels and Technologies
Moderator: Rob Bailis, Senior Scientist, SEI
- Kimball Chen, GLPGP
- Simon Batchelor, MECS
- Dr. Ute Collier, IRENA
How to register
Sign up now for “Defining and achieving clean cooking.”