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pdf.pngCCAK NEWSLETTER 2020 HOT

Knowledge is power hence the need for effective and efficient communication channels. CCAK has made an important aspect to be sharing the newsletter as an effective means to achieve its objective. It is our mandate to ensure you are up to date on the sector key initiatives, policies, regulations and achievements. It is our role as the secretariat to prioritise our goal and ensure we fulfil your interests and address all your concerns.

2021-07-28
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pdf.png Analysis of the implications of the value-added tax on clean cooking in Kenya HOT

A key policy objective of the Government of Kenya (GoK) is to meet the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 target of universal access to clean cooking solutions by 2028. This objective—publicly announced at the Nairobi Clean Cooking Forum in November 2019—is motivated by the many benefits of cleaner cooking solutions, including improved livelihoods, health, environmental quality, and climate change mitigation. However, since only 18% of households currently use clean fuels and only 23% of households use improved cookstoves (ICS),1 Kenya needs to rapidly expand access to cleaner cooking solutions in order to achieve this goal

2021-06-07
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pdf.pngKenya Ethanol Cooking Fuel Masterplan HOT

This document is an output from the Mobilising Investment project for Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) implementation, an initiative of the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) that is contracted through and managed by SouthSouthNorth (SSN). The Mobilising Investment project is funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag.

2021-04-06
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pdf.pngBaseline and Market Impact Assessment for the Design and Implementation of Clean Cooking Standards and Labelling in Kenya- Policy Brief. HOT

SNV Netherlands Development Organization with funding through the Netherlands Directorate-General for International Cooperation’s (DGIS) Voice for Change Partnership (V4CP) program is supporting the Clean Cooking Association of Kenya to launch a voluntary labelling program for improved cookstoves and briquette fuels with a long-term goal of encouraging uptake of efficient biomass cookstoves. The Baseline and Market Impact Assessment for the Design and Implementation of Clean Cooking Standards and Labelling Program in Kenya is one of the activities launched in pursuit of these objectives.

2021-04-06
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pdf.pngClean Cooking Standards and Labelling in Kenya HOT

Clean Cooking Association of Kenya is planning to introduce a Voluntary Standards and Labeling program (VS&L) for biomass cookstoves so as to facilitate the gradual elimination of inefficient cookstoves and poor-quality briquettes and stimulate the production of more efficient cookstoves and fuels over time. This report was therefore developed in order to establish the baseline and estimate potential impacts of implementing the program so as to ensure that the proposed VS&L program operates with a net benefit to society and doesn’t end up introducing undue burdens on the market or consumers.

2021-04-06
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pdf.pngBIOENERGY STRATEGY 2020-2027 HOT

Bioenergy is an important form of energy for Kenya, contributing 68% of the country’s final energy demand for diverse needs, especially cooking and heating. As a renewable energy source, it can contribute to energy security in the country as espoused in the Energy Policy and Energy Act, and to meeting the country’s other national goals covered under Vision 2030— such as agriculture, health and commerce—for which energy is an enabler. 

2021-04-06
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pdf.pngBRIEFING PAPER ON THE GAINS FOR WOMEN AS CLEAN COOKING ENTREPRENEURS TO INFLUENCE SUPPORT FROM GOVERNMENT FINANCED AFFIRMATIVE FUND HOT

Women play critical roles in scaling the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels because of their central responsibility for cooking and managing household energy. In addition to deciding whether to use clean cooking products, women can catalyze the market as micro-entrepreneurs and small-sized enterprise owners through the distribution and delivery of clean cooking technologies and after-sales services that will contribute to the creation of a thriving global market. 

2020-10-26
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pdf.pngTHE STORIES OF CHANGE (Hivos)) HOT

To enhance the participation of women in the clean cooking sector, several partners have been at hand to supplement government efforts. For example, Hivos under the Green and Inclusive Energy Programme Strategic Partnership is supporting the Clean Cooking Association of Kenya to implement a project targeting the involvement of vulnerable women in clean cooking entrepreneurial initiatives. This project advocate for the development of policies and guidelines for the establishment of an affirmative fund for women entrepreneurs in the clean cooking sector. 

2020-10-26
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pdf.pngROADMAP FOR EMPOWERMENT OF KWALE WOMEN AS LAST MILE CLEAN COOKING ENTREPRENEURS HOT

The participation of women, youth and marginalized groups in extraction, transmission and distribution of clean energy products has been inadequate leading to gender inequalities in the energy sector. To enhance women participation in the clean cooking sector, a number of partners have been implementing various programmes to supplement the government efforts. For example, Hivos under the Green and Inclusive Energy Programme is supporting CCAK to implement a project targeting the involvement of vulnerable women in clean cooking entrepreneurial ventures in Kwale County.

2020-10-26
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pdf.pngTraining Manual on Clean Cooking for Women Entrepreneurs HOT

The manual is part of a pilot project funded by Hivos under the Green and Inclusive Energy Programme being implemented in Kwale County by the Clean Cooking Stoves Association of Kenya (CCAK). The project targets the involvement of vulnerable women in clean cooking entrepreneurial and will see the development of policies guidelines on the establishment of an affirmative fund towards women entrepreneurs in the clean cooking sector, access resources to set up businesses or loans to purchase clean cooking stoves for use in the houses.

2020-10-06
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