This report investigates how cyber risks can best be managed, taking into account the changing nature of the energy industry and energy infrastructure. Actions are recommended for decision makers and stakeholders to improve the sector’s response to rising cyber threats, as part of a wider move toward greater resilience.
The objective of the validation workshop was to obtain consensus of all key stakeholders (Government, private sector ethanol and ethanol-based cookstoves producers and distributers and the beneficiaries) on the proposed model for providing a clean cooking alternative fuel for at least 500,000 households in the country, over a period of five years.
This report presents three exploratory scenarios—Modern Jazz, Unfinished Symphony, and Hard Rock—that provide users with a common language for thinking and talking about current events. These scenarios provide energy leaders with an open, transparent, and inclusive framework to think about a very uncertain future, and thus assist in the shaping of the choices they make.
This paper presents an analysis of cooking patterns through stove use monitor data from the Clean cookstoves disseminated in the RCT in Nigeria. It is quantitatively demonstrated that, in an urban setting, the transition from a kerosene cookstove to an ethanol cookstove can be achieved with minimal occurrence of stove stacking.
The quality of household cooking energy accessed in Dadaab remains poor. Some 98% of residents in the sample use wood as their main cooking fuel. The authorities have been unable to regulate this market or to provide sufficient support to the most vulnerable. Refugees are rarely provided with energy resources by the UNHCR.