The Request for Proposals (RfP) for the Clean Cooking Sector Strategy initiative has been posted on the Alliance website.
On 16 January 2020, the Clean Cooking Alliance has published its Request for Proposals (RfP) for the Clean Cooking Sector Strategy initiative. The Alliance is seeking a firm or consortium of partners to support the development of a ten-year strategy (Sector Strategy) for the clean cooking sector at large.
Entrepreneurs are a cornerstone of an economically viable and sustainable mini-grid – they increase the demand for electricity while boosting the local economy. This was the rationale for EnDev Rwanda’s Productive Use of Energy intervention at existing mini-grid sites, which were struggling with too little demand for electricity.
Charcoal is an immensely important cooking fuel in Eastern DRC, yet its prevalence in this conflict-prone region has high economic and environmental costs. EnDev and the Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) programme present an assessment that could instead make electric cooking (eCooking) increasingly feasible in Eastern DRC.