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CEEW Energy Access Dialogue

21 Feb 2019   |   1000 – 1200

Organised by CEEW

About the Event

The first edition of the CEEW Energy Access Dialogue focused on two aspects of access to clean cooking energy. We discussed the pattern of household consumption of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), based on an analysis of LPG sales data from distributorships in Karnataka. The session aimed to cover ground on the prevalence of fuel stacking in LPG-consuming households, and the difference in consumption between Ujjwala- and non-Ujjwala-households.

In the following session, we deliberated the extent of inclusion and exclusion of various social groups under Ujjwala Yojana. We aimed to intersect findings from our recent ACCESS study with the implementation guidelines of the scheme to identify procedural inequities and their impact on programmatic outcomes.

The CEEW Energy Access Dialogue is envisioned as a quarterly forum where researchers and practitioners will discuss their ongoing work in energy access, deliberate on its implications, explore possibilities for collaborative work, and review immediate priorities in the energy access space.

For event queries

Riddhima Sethi

Communications Associate

riddhima.sethi@ceew.in

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