Indonesia Clean Stoves Initiative:
An Integrated Approach to Scaling Up Clean Cooking Solutions
January 15, 2015
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Indonesia has made great strides in moving toward clean cooking solutions, beginning with the highly successful government supported Kerosene-to-LPG Conversion Program (2007–12) and the ongoing BIRU Biogas Program. However, some 24.5 million households in Indonesia continue to depend on traditional biomass as their primary cooking fuel. The momentum and lessons learned from these successful programs present a significant opportunity to promote and scale up high-quality biomass cookstoves in Indonesia.
In 2012, the World Bank, in collaboration with Indonesia’s Directorate of Bioenergy, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia Stove Alliance), launched the Indonesia Clean Stove Initiative (CSI). The broad aim of this initiative is to scale up access to clean cooking solutions for the 40 percent of households who will likely continue using solid fuels beyond 2030.
Join the Winrock and U.S. EPA “Indonesia Clean Stoves Initiative ” webinar on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 9:00am Eastern Standard Time (EST) to hear results from Phase 1 and to discuss CSI's integrated approach, using a results-based financing mechanism, to overcome supply- and demand-side barriers and institutional constraints.
Webinar participation is free. For the web portion, a high-speed internet connection is required. Please note that the webinar technology allows attendees to listen to audio through their computer or by phone. Additional log-in information will be provided upon registration.
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Register today for the January 15 webinar
Date: January 15, 2015
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)/Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which is 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Ms. Christina Aristanti
Christina Aristanti is the manager of the Indonesia Stove Alliance. The Indonesia Stove Alliance is hosted by Yayasan Dian Desa, a local NGO working on appropriate technology, which has been addressing the need for clean stoves since the early 1980’s. Christina was the Asia Regional Cookstove Program (ARECOP) manager from 1991 – 2010.
Mr. Crispin Pemberton-Pigott
Crispin Pemberton-Pigott is an industrial designer and founder of New Dawn Engineering, a Swaziland-based manufacturer of hand-operated production equipment. He was a co-founder of the Eastern Cape Appropriate Technology Unit, the Renewable Energy Association of Swaziland, the Industrial Designers Association of South Africa and most recently the South-South Sustainable Stoves Group. Over 30 years he has designed more than 20 stoves as well as stove projects, laboratories and protocols which test stoves that burn biomass, coal, ethanol, kerosene and LPG. As a co-founder and current technical advisor to the SeTAR Centre, University of Johannesburg, he also serves on the South African Bureau of Standards Technical Committee TC1054 writing national standards and associated test protocols and represents SABS on ISO-TC285.
Ms. Yabei Zhang
Yabei Zhang is Senior Energy Economist in the World Bank’s Energy and Extractives Global Practice. She joined the World Bank as a Young Professional in 2008 and has worked on energy, urban, and climate-change issues, with a focus on energy efficiency, urban energy, and household energy. She leads the East Asia and Pacific regional Clean Stove Initiative (CSI) flagship program and manages the China and Indonesia CSI country programs. Prior to joining the World Bank, Yabei worked at the Joint Global Change Research Institute, a joint program of the Pacific Northwest National Lab and the University of Maryland. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park and a Master’s Degree in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Photo Credit: Indonesia Stove Alliance/World Bank
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) and Winrock International have been engaged in the household energy field for many years, including through coordination of the Partnership for Clean Indoor Air (PCIA) and its 590 Partners working in 117 countries from 2002-2012. Since the integration of PCIA and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves in 2012, Winrock and the U.S. EPA have continued working to increase the exchange of technical information among public and private organizations working in the global household energy and health sectors through local capacity building, targeted technical assistance and field studies and global knowledge sharing. The goal of these activities is to promote effective approaches that lead to increased use of clean, reliable, affordable, efficient, and safe home cooking and heating practices.
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