Talks Series on Transition to Modern Energy in Cooking: Launch of Indian eCookBook
Join MECS and Finovista for the 9th Talk on Transitioning to Modern Energy in Cooking. The topic for the current Talk is “India ecookbook-cooking feasibility with EPC”, and it is focused on showcasing the result and major findings of the cooking feasibility with EPC with reference to Indian dishes.
The Indian eCookBook showcase the culinary journey across India, exploring the role that energy-efficient eCooking appliances could play in modernising Indian kitchens. It presents the findings from a study of Indian cooking culture and a set of kitchen laboratory experiments. Also, It explores the feasibility of cooking popular Indian dishes with an Electric Pressure Cooker (EPC) and compares the cooking experience to the two most popular modern alternatives in India today: induction and LPG.
The series is conducted by the MECS Programme through its In-Country Partner in India, Finovista along with other stakeholders.
Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) Programme, a five-year initiative funded by UK Aid of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and led by Loughborough University and the World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). The MECS Programme aims to accelerate the global transition from traditional biomass-based cooking to modern-energy cooking solutions.
May 19: 6:30-7:30am ET / 12:30-1:30pm