Open Data powered application “Clean Cooking Planning Tool” by the World Bank Energy Practice and Derilinx
Visualise potential transition pathways to universal access to clean cooking solutions by 2030.
At Derilinx, we are proud of the work we deliver with the World Bank to contribute to Sustainable Development Goals. In this case, the Clean Cooking Planning tool is aligned with SDG7 “Affordable and Clean Energy” and it is also related to SDG2 “Zero Hunger”.
In the context of the establishment of the Clean Cooking Fund (which goal is to accelerate progress towards universal access to clean cooking), the World Bank wanted to build a Clean Cooking Integrated Planning Tool that supports both public and private sector decision-makers in the prioritising/rationalising investment and infrastructure relating to access to clean cooking.
Building on the analytical framework and consolidated country database developed for The State of Access to Modern Energy Cooking Services report, Derilinx worked with the Energy Team (ESMAP) of the World Bank to deliver an application designed to help energy planners, decision makers, program developers, and researchers visualise potential transition pathways to universal access to clean cooking solutions by 2030.
In the Clean Cooking Planning Tool (CCPT), for a selected country or region, users can view:
- (i) the 2020 state of access (baseline),
- (ii) the 2030 business-as-usual (BAU) scenario,
- (iii) the cost of inaction,
- (iv) the current policy/regulatory environment,
- (v) the estimated investment cost based on the user’s selected transition pathway,
- (vi) the estimated benefits of transition.
Check the Quick Start Guide to learn how to use the tool.
This app is the fruit of a close partnership between the World Bank Energy Practice team and Derilinx. It represents once again the transition from the “data published” stage to “data linked and visualised” stage to create sustainable impact aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals.
About Clean Cooking Planning Tool – The App
The CCPT is designed to help energy planners, decision makers, program developers, and researchers visualise potential transition pathways to universal access to MECS and ICS by 2030. Once a country or region is selected, users can view (i) the state of access to cooking energy services for the 2020 baseline, (ii) the 2030 business-as-usual (BAU) scenario, (iii) the cost of inaction, (iv) the current policy/regulatory environment, (v) the estimated investment cost required based on the user’s selected transition pathway, and (vi) the benefits of transition resulting from improved access to MECS and ICS.
This tool provides an opportunity to explore various transition pathways with default and user-defined fuel-mix percentages and access targets to obtain the estimated investment cost disaggregated by segments (e.g., MECS and ICS; urban and rural; or public, private, and household). It considers stacking of cookstoves and fuels as part of the MTF approach. Advanced, follow-on versions of the tool incorporating location-specific, demand-and-supply data may be developed to enable more comprehensive and geographically targeted energy planning.
Watch the Quick Start Guide below to learn how to use the tool.
State of Access of Cooking Energy Service: Baseline Population, Cost of Inaction and RISE Score
All graphs provide detailed information about their meaning and reference to the methodology
Planner 2030 Transition: Exploring interactive 2030 transition scenario (Population, transition pathway, cost and benefit of transition)
The sliders provide options to select Urban and Rural MECS and ICS.
The fuel mix proportion can be specified interactively over the donut graph.
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