The World Bank   |   Sep 01, 2013
Type: Progress Report
Topic: Adoption
Country: Indonesia
Forty percent of Indonesia’s more than 60 million households continue to rely heavily on traditional biomass fuels for cooking. In rural Indonesia, biomass is renewably harvested and abundant and affordable to the poor. The biomass stove market is limited. Achieving universal access to clean cooking by 2030 will require developing a thriving clean biomass stove market.