The Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas in Cooking in Countries

The Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas in Cooking in Countries

To reduce household air pollution, improve health outcomes, save nonrenewable biomass, and support local economic development, developing countries are seeking to increase the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as a clean cooking solution. In the absence of targeted subsidies, LPG will not be the solution for the world’s poorest people. But many developing countries, especially in Sub- Saharan Africa, are recognizing it as key to increasing access to clean cooking energy and making progress on Sustainable Development Goal 7; they are adopting ambitious targets to scale up its use across the continent.

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