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Energy market systems development: Lessons from the urban food processing sector in Indonesia

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Energy market systems development: Lessons from the urban food processing sector in Indonesia
Main author (HEDON member)
dnicholson@dc.mercycorps.org
Authors (non HEDON members)
Will Baron
Abstract
Scaling Sustainable Consumption and Production of the Soybean Processing Industry in Indonesia (SCOPE) was a three-year market development programme funded by the European Commission. The programme sought to address high resource intensity in the Indonesian tofu and tempeh sector, which employs approximately 285 000 low-wage workers in an estimated 85 000 enterprises. Through catalysing a shift in the production practices of micro and small tofu and tempeh enterprises in Jakarta, Indonesia, the programme stimulated uptake of cleaner production practices using clean burning fuels, hygienic equipment and process improvements. This learning study describes the key findings and lessons learnt through implementation.
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Issue
67
Accepted
2015-08-26
Submitter
sophia-rose@hedon.info

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Technologies
031 Biofuels
Others
Service type
012 Cooking
052 Process And Production
Project design
023 Delivery models
033 Monitoring And Evaluation
Replicability And Upscaling
Marketing
Themes
Climate change
Poverty
Health
Int'l Development
Location: continent
Asia
Location: asian countries
Indonesia
Keywords
EnergyEfficiency    CleanerProduction    Indonesia    MarketDevelopment    CleanBurningFuels    ProductiveUse    Food-energyNexus    Micro-processing    Health    EnvironmentalTechnology   

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BP67_CleanerEnergyMarketSystemsDevelopmentTofuIndonesia


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