Final Report: Efficient Electric Cooking Market Uptake in Nepal (EECMU)
Winrock International in collaboration with Renewable Energy, Water Supply and Sanitation Promotion Centre (REWSSPC) has conducted a study on “Efficient Electric Cooking Market Uptake in Nepal” for Modern Energy Cooking Services Electric Cooking Outreach (MECS-ECO) program managed by Loughborough University and funded by Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
The overall objective of the study is to gather and disseminate information to increase adoption of Electric Pressure Cookers (EPCs) and their impact on load management and grid design.
The specific objectives include:
- To determine consumer’s preference on the use of EPCs, willingness to pay, preferred business models, economic benefits of EPCs, and impacts of EPCs on existing electricity infrastructure and suggest required strengthen measures
- To expand knowledge of wider stakeholders on EPC and its benefits
- Policy advocacy for scaling up EPCs and viable business/financial models.
For final report please click below link.