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Electric Cooking

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A broad range of energy-efficient appliances, such as Electric Pressure Cookers, induction stoves and rice cooker solutions are available for cooking with both alternating current and direct current. These energy-efficient products can enable e-cooking on weak grids, mini-grids, and stand-alone systems, as well as on conventional electric utility grids.

CCA defines ‘e-cooking companies’ as those that are involved in the design or manufacture of e-cooking appliances, batteries, or solar photovoltaics, with business models that make them affordable to people living in low-and-middle-income countries.

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