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Household Energy - Problems, Policies and Prospects

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Household Energy - Problems, Policies and Prospects
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Gordon McGranahan, Arne Kaijser
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Household energy can be defined as the energy consumed in homes to meet the needs of the household. Thus, for example, cooking food at home for the household is included, while cooking food for sale is not, and nor are food processing and preparation undertaken before the household purchases the food. The definition of a household varies from country to country and even study to study. Where possible, most household-energy analysis relies on a definition which specifies that household members live and eat together...
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32
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Problems    Policies    HouseholdEnergy    BoilingPoint32   

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