The role of innovative cookware in supporting uptake of LPG in low-income households


The results of a study conducted by CLEAN-Air (Africa) investigating the impact of use of energy-efficient cookware on LPG adoption has been published in Energy for Sustainable Development.

Researchers based at the University of Liverpool and KEMRI found that the enhanced cookware were extremely well-received by the study participants and supported greater uptake of LPG among low-income households.

The work highlights the potential for energy-efficient pots to increase heat retention and speed of cook long-durations foods on LPG which may promote sustainable adoption of clean cooking in Kenya.

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