18-February-2014

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Impact Evaluation of Improved Cooking Stoves in Burkina Faso - Newsletter

IOB evaluated the impact of the use of fuel wood efficient stoves at household and at enterprise level as promoted by the improved cooking stoves programme in Burkina Faso. The results were published in the report Impact Evaluation on Improved Cooking Stoves in Burkina Faso.

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18-February-2014

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Impact Evaluation of Improved Cooking Stoves in Burkina Faso

Over 500 million households worldwide rely on biomass for daily cooking. Wood energy is also used for small industrial processes. Fuel efficient cooking stoves are seen as low-cost solution to help reduce greenhouse gases, improve indoor air quality, relieve the daily workload of women and to reduce expenditure on energy.

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18-November-2013

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IOB Study Newsletter : Renewable Energy: Access and Impact - A systematic literature review

Although this systematic literature review has produced a number of general findings, there is still a great deal of scope for high-quality research into the effects of renewable energy in the development context. There are hardly any impact studies on biogas or pico hydropower and very few studies that monitor the long-term effects of changes in access to energy sources.

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18-November-2013

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IOB Study: Renewable Energy: Access and Impact, A systematic literature review of the impact on livelihoods of interventions providing access to renewable energy in developing countries

About 40% of the global population relies on traditional use of biomass for cooking (i.e. the three-stone fires) and heating their houses. The objective of the systematic literature review presented in this report is to provide a comprehensive overview of evaluative literature and reports regarding the impact of (renewable)energy interventions on the livelihoods of end-users.

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5-July-2013

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Iceland - Nicaragua: Geothermal Capacity Building Project 2008-2012

The objective of this external final evaluation report is to assess the outcomes of the Geothermal Capacity Building Project, report and give recommendations on the lessons learned. The aim of ICEIDA through the Geothermal Capacity Building Project was to assist Nicaragua to enhance its use of environmentally benign geothermal energy resources for power production in line with the energy policy of GoN.

25-January-2013

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Facing the Resource Curse: Norway’s Oil for Development Program

Results have been most important in the resource sector by strengthening institutional frameworks and key public sector actors. In the finance sector, when Norway has committed sufficient resources, important achievements have been produced, but the reach has so far been limited.

25-January-2013

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Facing the Resource Curse: Norway’s Oil for Development Program

Results have been most important in the resource sector by strengthening institutional frameworks and key public sector actors. In the finance sector, when Norway has committed sufficient resources, important achievements have been produced, but the reach has so far been limited.

16-June-2011

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Finnish support to the energy sector

The energy sector evaluation is one of the three sub-themes in the larger umbrella evaluation “The Sustainability Dimension in Addressing Poverty Reduction”.

14-June-2011

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Sustainable Energy Initiative: Phase 1 Strategic Review

The report assesses how well the EBRD has implemented the programme's objectives and how this has furthered the Bank’s transition objectives on a country and regional basis in the energy efficiency, renewable energy and climate change sectors.

3-December-2010

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Financing Partnership Facilities

This special evaluation study presents an independent evaluation of the implementation of Asian Development Bank's first three financing partnership facilities in the areas of water, regional cooperation and integration, and clean energy.

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