The benefits accrued by CCAK members include:
- Market linkage through market development events.
- Ability to leverage funding for developing the sector in Kenya – both grants and private sector investments
- Benefit from lobbying and advocacy – for development of standards, quality and testing facilities. CCAK is already recognized as the coordinating body in the sub-sector by government agencies such as Ministries of Energy & Petroleum (MoEP) as well as Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MoALF), Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) and Kenya Industrial Research and Development Institute (KIRDI)
- Participation in global discussions through the Global Alliance, to which CCAK is affiliated
- Access to CCAKs branding
- Information sharing on the latest developments in the clean cooking sector in Kenya and globally