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PUBLISHEDDecember 1 2010
CAMBODIA: Supporting Self-Sustaining Commercial Markets for Improved Cookstoves and Household Biodigesters

This document highlights the technical reports of two programs related to the dissemination of efficient cookstoves and biodigesters that are working to develop creative business models and payment schemes so that poorer households can access these energy-efficient, renewable technologies and improve their livelihoods. Also watch the video, Gender Dimension of Improved Cooking Stoves in Cambodia.

Citation

World Bank and ASTAE. 2010. Cambodia: Supporting Self-Sustaining Commercial Markets for Improved Cookstoves and Household Biodigesters. Washington, DC: World Bank.

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