MECS (2021). MECS Global Challenge for Clean Cooking. MECS infographic.
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Scott, N. & Leach, M. (2022). Comparing energy consumption and costs – from cooking across the MECS programme. MECS working paper.
Integrated Research and Action for Development (iRADE) (2022). Testing electric pressure cooker adoption in socio-economic and cultural context of Nepal. MECS-ECO report.
Okra Solar (2021). Efficient AC cooker use and adoption validation for DC mesh networks. MECS Efficiency for Access report.
Winrock International (2022). Efficient Electric Cooking Market Uptake in Nepal (EECMU). MECS-ECO report.
People, Energy and Environment Development Association (PEEDA) (2021). Understanding the Suitability of Electric Pressure Cookers in Nepali Households. MECS-ECO report.
Sustainable Community Development Services (SCODE) (2021). Development and evaluation of a direct current solar electric pressure cooker unit (DSEPC). MECS LEIA I Challenge Fund report.
Geres (2021). Rural Energy Access for Communities and Households (REACH) – MECS ECO Project: Cooking Diaries Study in Myanmar. MECS-ECO report.
Aloyce, K. and Ngaya, A. (2021). Electric pressure cookers for large scale and institutional cooking: the Tanzanian experience with a 40L EPC. MECS programme report.
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Batchelor, S. (2021). eWant 24V DC 5 litre cooker – fit for purpose and a good size. MECS programme infographic.