IRENA Virtual Knowledge Exchange Series on Advancing Renewables-based Clean Cooking Solutions: Solutions Deep Dive on Bioethanol
Over the next decades, the world will need to accelerate its shift to renewable cooking solutions aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals. This will involve cleaner bioenergy solutions (including biogas and bioethanol) and renewables-based electric cooking.This is the first event of the Council on Ethanol Clean Cooking launched at COP 27 in Egypt jointly with Mali, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, and Kenya.
CECC is a multi-stakeholder platform of developing country members, technical and development partners, and experts to share technical information and experience, including best practices so as to create a sustainable ethanol industry and associated value chains in member countries. It engages with developing countries (especially the high impact countries) on the topic of ethanol for clean cooking to increase their awareness and strengthen their ambition, and lead them towards achieving SDG 7 goal and meeting NDC commitments.
About the Session
IRENA and CECC are jointly organizing this webinar focusing on the role of ethanol in clean cooking. It forms part of a series of virtual knowledge exchange webinars being organized by IRENA in partnership with leading institutions covering different renewables-based clean cooking solutions, including bioethanol, biodigesters, electric cooking, and solid modern biomass. The solutions deep-dive: Bioethanol webinar will explore the barriers and challenges faced by stakeholders, especially the private sector, SMEs, and entrepreneurs in the bioethanol industry for clean cooking. The session will showcase success stories in developing countries and various initiatives, highlighting the challenges and possible solutions.
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