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  • Writer's picturePjotr van Schothorst

Electric cooking also best solution for rural countries

Great article in Nature Energy, describing that electric cooking is not only more healthy in terms of air pollution, but also nearly the most affordable and with the smalles CO2 footprint. Households in rural areas need more low-cost PV panels, battery storage and electric cooking solutions. This scatter plot maps select stoves and fuels according to their World Health Organization’s Health Tier and an index indicating increasing affordability. The size of the bubble indicates the fuel’s average climate lifecycle analysis (LCA) in tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per delivered gigajoule.

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