Blog » ESMAP BBL | Do Quality Efficient Biomass Stoves Sell? Lessons Learned from Uganda | Monday, November 5, 2018| 12:00pm- 1:30pm | Room I 6-054

ESMAP BBL | Do Quality Efficient Biomass Stoves Sell? Lessons Learned from Uganda | Monday, November 5, 2018| 12:00pm- 1:30pm | Room I 6-054

Created Oct 19 2018, 6:53 PM by Caroline Ochieng

In order to create a sustainable efficient and clean cooking market, there is an increased emphasis on the support to the private sector development including results-based financing and support on value chain integration on the supply side.

 

Following this approach, the Uganda Clean Cooking Supply Chain Expansion project has engaged and incentivized a number of international-local manufacturer-distributor consortia to bring 4 new quality efficient biomass cookstoves to the Ugandan market.

 

But, do they actually sell? And is the approach scalable? The presentation will review the implementation progress and the lessons learned so far, including the findings from a recently completed consumer behavioral diagnostic study on potential demand-generating activities to complement the supply side activities implemented to date.

 

               

 

CHAIRS

 

Ms. Sudeshna Ghosh Banerjee, Practice Manager, Africa Energy & Extractives Global Practice, The World Bank

Ms. Dana Rysankova, Global Lead Energy Access, Energy & Extractives Global Practice, The World Bank

 

 

Speaker

 

Mr. Besnik Hyseni, Energy Specialist, Energy and Extractives Global Practice, The World Bank. 

 

Besnik focuses on the Efficient, Clean Cooking and Heating and the Global Facility on Mini Grids initiatives as a member of the Energy Access team within the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).  He manages the portfolio and technical review for these initiatives, and supports to World Bank teams on these topics, as well as facilitates knowledge management aspects. Previously, in the World Bank’s Africa region, Besnik supported the coordination of the Africa Clean Cooking Energy Solutions (ACCES) and the Uganda Clean Cooking Supply Chain Expansion project. Besnik brings six years of World Bank-specific operational and analytical work experience in energy access and household energy—clean cooking, off-grid electrification, in particular—and economic analysis of power projects. Besnik holds a BA in International Relations from Stanford University and a MA in International Economic Policy from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.

 

DISCUSSANTS

 

Ms. Yabei Zhang, Sr. Energy Specialist,  ESMAP, Energy & Extractives Global Practice, The World Bank

Mr. Richard H. Hosier,  Sr. Energy Specialist,  Africa Energy & Extractives Global Practice, The World Bank

 

 

 

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