Berkeley Air is part of a consortium for the Quality Assurance and Technical Support (QA/TS) pillar of the African Clean Cooking Energy Solutions (ACCES) initiative, which is being implemented by the Africa Energy Group (AFTEG) of the the World Bank. The consortium’s aim is to provide a solid technical foundation on clean cooking technologies that provide real benefits to health and climate. The technical foundation will support market development of clean cooking technologies in Senegal, Uganda, and DRC. The key components of the technical foundation are customized standards frameworks, test methodologies, and quality assessment tools. The ACCES QA/TS team is led by Berkeley Air Monitoring Group with contributions from Colorado State University, Winrock International and several other technical experts.
Projects | 2013 - ongoing
DRC, Senegal, Uganda: Quality Assurance and Technical Support