SNV will emphasise the importance of innovative partnerships to scale improved cookstoves initiatives and share experiences and learning at the upcoming Clean Cooking Forum 2022. The event will take place October 11-13 in Accra, Ghana.
In the countdown to 2030, it is more urgent than ever that we mobilise the necessary funding, partnerships, and policies to achieve clean cooking for all and accelerate progress toward global development and climate goals.
About the Clean Cooking Forum
Co-hosted by the Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA) and the Government of Ghana, the Clean Cooking Forum 2022 will convene global leaders to pave the way for much-needed action. Join policymakers, entrepreneurs, investors, donors, and other key partners to help bring clean cooking to the billions who live without it.
SNV at the event
During the event, SNV sustainable energy experts will participate in several sessions focusing on biofuels, biodigesters, and clean cooking in a refugee setting. In addition, our team on the ground will join a behaviour change and user insights working group and a pre-conference session focusing on scaling-up renewables-based clean cooking.
Roundtable discussion pre-Clean Cooking Forum 2022
In this pre-event session organised by IRENA in partnership with the Health and Energy Platform of Action, Aukje de Jager, SNV, will set the scene for the discussion and showcase highlights from a recently published SNV status report on small-scale biodigesters.
When: October 10, 4:30 to 6:30 PM
Where: Stafford Meeting Room, Hotel Kempinski | Accra, Ghana
Biofuels, Bridging the urban and rural fuel divide.
When: October 11, 3:00 to 4:00 PM
Where: Breakout Room A, Hotel Kempinski | Accra, Ghana
Aukje de Jager, SNV, will contribute to the panel discussion on Biofuels, Bridging the urban and rural fuel divide. This session will discuss the sector's progress, opportunities, and challenges from the perspective of industry players and stakeholders working across Africa and Asia. Speakers will highlight business and policy opportunities in the biofuels sector and share future expansion opportunities.
A new chapter: transforming clean cooking response in displacement settings
When: October 11, 4:30 to 5:30 PM
Where: Breakout Room B, Hotel Kempinski | Accra, Ghana
Karlijn Groen, Project Advisor Kenya, SNV, will participate in this session to share learnings from recent projects and highlight successful clean cooking delivery models. The panel will discuss how innovative financing, such as blended finance, cash-based transfers and vouchers, and carbon credits, can support market-based approaches aligned with local markets and encourage the private-sector provision of energy services for long-term sustainability.
For more information
This page will be updated will more information once session details have been finalised. For more information and to register for the event, please click here.
To find out more about SNV's clean and improved cooking initiatives, please contact Raphael Kim Nguyen.