This case study will explore the training, distribution and support model employed by LivelyHoods, highlighting the accomplishments, challenges and lessons learned along the way. The goal is to provide evidence of the vital role of women in clean energy initiatives, allowing for the prioritization of their involvement across the household clean energy value chain.
Two CDM projects are helping to deploy an additional 20,000 biogas digesters in households across Nepal. This is accelerating the implementation of the Biogas Support Programme of the Nepalese Government, which otherwise uses a mix of national finance and donor aid. The digesters are sold at a subsidised rate to low-income rural households to enhance […]
The region of Hubei is a rural, mountainous district in China where the main economic activity is agriculture. Households in the region are being given the opportunity to install biogas digesters that use animal waste to generate gas for use in domestic heating, lighting and cooking. Over 33,000 households – or around 165,000 people – […]
The Visakhapatnam OSRAM CFL project involves the distribution of approximately 700,000 long-life compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) to households in the district of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. In the district of Visakhapatnam CFLs are being distributed at low or no cost to grid-connected customers of the Eastern Power Distribution Company of Andhra Pradesh Ltd. Approximately 670,000 […]