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Clean Cooking Forum 2022

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Ben Jeffreys

CEO, ATEC International

Ben is a multi-award winning entrepreneur that is working to decarbonise cooking over the last decade. Best known as CEO of ATEC – a market leader in digitised carbon credit electric and biogas stoves – he is a father of 3 kids, mountain biking enthusiast and a passionate but wholly unqualified philosopher.

Day 0 October 10
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Day 1 October 11
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Breakout Room A

Scaling Modern Power Infrastructure With Electric Cooking

Electric cooking is an essential part of the solution to deliver modern power infrastructure and access to energy. To maximize this potential, clean cooking needs to be integrated into national energy planning; bringing together stakeholders to ensure aligned policies and tariffs, appropriate household energy infrastructure and accessible products.

As a potential affordable demand solution for households, electric cooking can support the financial feasibility of power generation and utilities as they strengthen and expand. This can improve the investment case for electricity infrastructure at the same time as creating the opportunity for this infrastructure investment to be directed into tackling the clean cooking challenge.

Using inspiring global examples, speakers will highlight the opportunities to scale electrification and electric cooking. They will cover the policies they have established, the tools they have used to model supply- and demand-side electric cooking scenarios and the steps they have taken to reach stakeholders and promote a supportive enabling environment for electric cooking.

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Speakers
Shrikant Avi Director, Venture Programs, Clean Cooking Alliance
Anna Clements Lead Researcher, Tanzania and Uganda, Modern Energy Cooking Services
Ben Jeffreys CEO, ATEC International
Surendra Labh Karna Member National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal
Irene Wanjohi Principal Customer Relations Officer, Kenya Power
Day 2 October 12
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Day 3 October 13
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Day 4 October 14
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Breakout Room A

Scaling Modern Power Infrastructure With Electric Cooking

Electric cooking is an essential part of the solution to deliver modern power infrastructure and access to energy. To maximize this potential, clean cooking needs to be integrated into national energy planning; bringing together stakeholders to ensure aligned policies and tariffs, appropriate household energy infrastructure and accessible products.

As a potential affordable demand solution for households, electric cooking can support the financial feasibility of power generation and utilities as they strengthen and expand. This can improve the investment case for electricity infrastructure at the same time as creating the opportunity for this infrastructure investment to be directed into tackling the clean cooking challenge.

Using inspiring global examples, speakers will highlight the opportunities to scale electrification and electric cooking. They will cover the policies they have established, the tools they have used to model supply- and demand-side electric cooking scenarios and the steps they have taken to reach stakeholders and promote a supportive enabling environment for electric cooking.

Watch this session.

Speakers
Shrikant Avi Director, Venture Programs, Clean Cooking Alliance
Anna Clements Lead Researcher, Tanzania and Uganda, Modern Energy Cooking Services
Ben Jeffreys CEO, ATEC International
Surendra Labh Karna Member National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal
Irene Wanjohi Principal Customer Relations Officer, Kenya Power
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys
Sessions by Ben Jeffreys