Presentation on theme: "Residential cookstove How significant is the SLCP is for the region/country SLCP (short life in atmosphere) Climate effects Deteriorate air quality BC,"— Presentation transcript:
Residential cookstove How significant is the SLCP is for the region/country SLCP (short life in atmosphere) Climate effects Deteriorate air quality BC, O3, CH4, HCFCs 40 % climate forcing Effective strategy in term-term climate change Kitchen smoke 500 Million (potential health hazard) IGP 2009 (project surya) biofuels (biomass) Cooking and heating (project surya) Measurements (indoor and ambient) – observatory in village Cooking cycle Traditional cookstove replaced by improved cookstove Diuranal pattern coinciding cooking hours BC high during cooking period Verified during Ramadan Peaks coming by cooking Kitchen condition is much verse even some cities Focus on residential sector Fan assisted stove and non-fan assisted Much better combustion in fan assisted Analysed force draf and traditional cookstove 50% reduction in improved cookstove compared to traditional BC concentrations, fuel consumption Convenience (fuel processing, services) Health benefits is paramount 15% for efficiency is called improved cookstove Be careful of terminology about improved cookstove Lack of training cause more pollution BC soot should be focused for climate and health Heat stove, lighting, and kerocene lamp, all should be focused at national levels and hence need comprehensive approach Brilliant light (solar light) in addition to IC SLCP not included in carbon market. C2P2 initiatives in this regrads Evaluation BC equivalent carbon market through measurement of emission through cellphone Collaboration with bank Rolled up 5000 household Cellphone technology to measure emissions is under experimentation to development methodology
Good examples exit –how can they scaled up Lao PRD Lao PRD - 90 % used biofuels 3rd phase of cookstove programme Developed taskforce for CSI World bank supported but welcome CCAC to support Fan supported cookstove Pilot study, 100 cookstove Any any plan expands. Yes, have but exact strategy not known Developed cookstove standard 3rd phase supported by University of California Indonesia 83% living in rural area LPG 12kg to 3kg gas cylinder so people can purchase Replacing traditional cooking with LPG Government pay money (300 thousand Indo Rupeeya = 30 USD)to poor for purchasing LPG and other purchase Vietnam Biomass for cooking and heating No have data available about household who is using biomass. But household who use biomass is reducing. Poor people use biomass for cooking Need standard for cookstove and indoor quality For Creating awareness on health and environment health standard needs PPP is important for cookstove to make available to rural people Philiphinnes Depends most populations on biomass
What are main barriers Availability of actual data on BC Local participation needed Local production Assessments Awareness Availability Affordability Sustainability of technology
What can be done on the country level Indonesia: Lack of data on air pollution and BC, haven’t done assessments. Not priority of government yet. As per 2011 assessment biomass 60% using biomass cooking.
What support is needed from region processes or bodies, the CCAC and others Technology,, knowledge, finance, CCAC can work to raise awareness thorough organizing forums Need right technology to be implement globally and regionally CCAC can create awareness at policy levels Health and development connection is more consideration at country level rather than climate.