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Scale-Up and Commercialisation of Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learnt from the Anagi Experience

Abstract

Interest in cook stove improvement in Sri Lanka started in the early 1950s. These activities were initiated among the migrant South Indian community that worked in tea plantations concentrated in the central part of the country who had been influenced by the interest generated in the South India. However, these were not replicated in other parts of the country, possibly due to the abudance of the fuel-wood in those areas and also due to a lack of wider interest and awareness of the significance if Improved Cook Stoves (ICS).
Authors:
Nissanka, Ramani [1] 
  1. Practical Action Consulting in Eastern Africa, Nairobi (Kenya)
Publication Date:
Dec 15, 2009
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; SRI LANKA; BIOMASS; WOOD FUELS; HUMAN POPULATIONS; INDOOR AIR POLLUTION; DESIGN; HOUSEHOLDS; STOVES; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; FUEL CONSUMPTION; EFFICIENCY; PERFORMANCE; HUMAN FACTORS; RECOMMENDATIONS
OSTI ID:
21328684
Research Organizations:
Policy Innovation Systems for Clean Energy Security (PISCES) Project, Nairobi (Kenya)
Country of Origin:
Kenya
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: KE10OA018
Availability:
Available from The PISCES (Policy Innovation Systems for Clean Energy Security) project. To download the report please visit the website http://www.pisces.or.ke/pubs/index.html; Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21328684
Submitting Site:
ETDE
Size:
16 pages
Announcement Date:
Sep 09, 2010

Citation Formats

Nissanka, Ramani. Scale-Up and Commercialisation of Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learnt from the Anagi Experience. Kenya: N. p., 2009. Web.
Nissanka, Ramani. Scale-Up and Commercialisation of Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learnt from the Anagi Experience. Kenya.
Nissanka, Ramani. 2009. "Scale-Up and Commercialisation of Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learnt from the Anagi Experience." Kenya.
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title = {Scale-Up and Commercialisation of Improved Cookstoves in Sri Lanka: Lessons Learnt from the Anagi Experience}
author = {Nissanka, Ramani}
abstractNote = {Interest in cook stove improvement in Sri Lanka started in the early 1950s. These activities were initiated among the migrant South Indian community that worked in tea plantations concentrated in the central part of the country who had been influenced by the interest generated in the South India. However, these were not replicated in other parts of the country, possibly due to the abudance of the fuel-wood in those areas and also due to a lack of wider interest and awareness of the significance if Improved Cook Stoves (ICS).}
place = {Kenya}
year = {2009}
month = {Dec}
}