Campaign: Energy Access, Renewables, and Infrastructure

Geospatial analysis of improved household energy alternatives

Although development agencies have invested funds in cookstove projects for decades, they have not yet found the right combination of technology, finance, and behavior change necessary to encourage large-scale fuel switching or sustained uptake of more efficient wood-burning stoves. More than 2.5 billion people around the world prepare their food on open fireplaces fuelled by firewood, plant residues and charcoal and ...more »

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Local production of biofuels from non-food stocks

Develop applications of biofuels production technologies in developing countries such that food security is not interrupted. Cooperation with industry, the biotech community, NSF, USDA, and DOE will enhance both technical and commercial viability of biofuels options.

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