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Event - Webinar on How Behavioral Science Can Help Increase Uptake and Sustained Use of Clean Energy in Developing Countries

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Title
Webinar on How Behavioral Science Can Help Increase Uptake and Sustained Use of Clean Energy in Developing Countries
Organizer
HEPA, CCA, and WHO
Type
Online Seminars
Focus
  • Cooking
  • Renewable Energy
Language
English
Start
2021/06/30 2pm CET
End
2021/06/30
Country
Worldwide
Venue
Online
URL
Description
You’re invited to join the Health and Energy Platform of Action, the Clean Cooking Alliance, and the World Health Organization for the fourth session in our webinar series, Transitioning to Clean Cooking. Co-hosted by the World Bank’s Poverty & Equity Global Practice, Climate Group, and Energy Global Practice, this session will present results from behavioral diagnostics in six countries, examining the uptake and/or sustained use of improved cookstoves (Ghana, Madagascar, Rwanda) and solar home systems (Ethiopia, Senegal, Uganda) among low-income households.