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Incentivizing a sustainable clean cooking market : lessons from a results-based financing pilot in Indonesia (English)

Access to clean cooking solutions remains one of the most daunting development challenges. Based on the latest Global Tracking Framework, the annual access growth rate of 0.46 percentage points did not keep pace with population growth. ... See More +

Working Paper 128162 JUL 01, 2018

Zhang,Yabei; Durix,Laurent; Tuntivate,Voravate; Adams,Norma Disclosed

Contextual design and promotion of clean biomass stoves : the case of the indonesia clean stove initiative (English)

In 2012, five years after the start of Indonesia’s campaign to convert millions of households to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the Indonesia Clean Stove Initiative (CSI) was launched by the country’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and the World Bank. ... See More +

Brief 108734 JAN 01, 2016

Durix,Laurent; Carlsson Rex,Helene Monika; Mendizabal Joffre,Juana Veronica Guillermi Disclosed

One goal, two paths : achieving universal access to modern energy in East Asia and the Pacific (English)

The purpose of the current flagship report is to address energy access and related developmental issues in East Asia Pacific (EAP) that so far have received less attention compared to the macro energy issues of climate change and reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. ... See More +

Publication 64669 SEP 14, 2011

Ostojic, Dejan; Jammi, Ramachandra; Barnes, Douglas; Sanghvi, Arun; Mathur, Subodh; Zhang, Yabei; Durix, Laurent Disclosed

Maximizing the productive uses of electricity to increase the impact of rural electrification programs : an operational methodology (English)

Rural electrification programs are generally motivated by the effective and lasting impacts that they are expected to generate in the field. While there may be some natural trickle down effect from the massive investments required to reach high rates of rural electrification, spontaneous positive effects on social and economic development are generally limited by a number of local bottlenecks. ... See More +

ESMAP Paper 48643 APR 01, 2008

Gouvello, Christophe de; Durix, Laurent Disclosed