Updated Jan 15, 2021
Around 3 billion people all over the world are still deprived of access to clean cooking solutions. Cooking on traditional mud stoves or open fires have tremendous health hazards to the users, who are mostly women. Often their children are around them, who also inhale the fumes and are thus negatively impacted. Due to unaffordable rates of LPG and limited access to electricity, women remain dependent on biomass powered cookstoves for all their heating and cooking needs.
It is important to address the inefficiency of traditional stoves. It is also important to note that while the government policies in many countries including India emphasize maximizing access to LPG, most rural households depend on more than one energy source for cooking and heating. While LPG is one of the cleanest coking solutions, it is important to focus on transitional cooking solutions that provide some health and environmental benefits to the users.
Neha Juneja, Co-Founder: Neha is an Industrial Engineer and holds an M.B.A. She was recognized as one of India’s most powerful women in business by Business Today & Economic Times. Ankit Mathur, Co-Founder: Ankit is a Mechanical Engineer from Delhi College of Engineering and has an M.B.A. from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
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