TOR: Consumer Awareness and Comprehension Market Research of Prospective Cookstoves Labeling Program in Ghana
Cookstove labels will allow consumers to select cleaner, safer, and more efficient models. Labels also provide a common performance benchmark that makes it easier for governments to offer consumers incentives to buy cleaner, safer, more efficient products. The effectiveness of energy labels is highly dependent on the consumer understanding of the labels. The Ghana Energy Commission has partnered with the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (Alliance) and CLASP in the development and implementation of a national cookstoves S&L program. The Alliance is releasing this Term of Reference to request proposals for a consumer, awareness and comprehension research effort as part of the larger EC, Alliance, and CLASP initiative to develop and implement a national S&L program for cookstoves in Ghana.
The deadline for this Terms of Reference is 10 October 2016 at 11:59 pm in Washington, DC. Please see the full ToR for more background information and instructions.