LPG is an exceptional energy source due to its origin, benefits, applications and its industry. As a clean, lower carbon, efficient and innovative energy it offers benefits to consumers, industry and the environment.
COOKING FOR LIFE is a 5-year global campaign of the World LPG Association (WLPGA) to reduce death and illness caused by traditional yet harmful cooking fuels used by millions worldwide. See the Practical Action campaign featuring Gisele Bünchen.
What does Australia’s gaseous fuels industry have to offer to government and the community? And how can the industry develop a more effective message to ensure the benefits of using gas are realised? Industry representatives at Gas Energy Australia’s National Forum Gas 2014 were encouraged to think about their business from this perspective, and the need to develop, innovate and grow the gaseous fuels market.
The Cookstoves Future Summit, hosted by the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC) in New York from 20th – 21st November 2014, brought together leaders from the international community to galvanise efforts to address the issue of household air pollution and to commit to mobilising resources to ensure the success of the Alliance’s objectives of fostering the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels in 100 million households by 2020 (or approximately 500 million people – compared to the WLPGA Cooking For Life target of one billion people switching to LPG by 2030).
The Voice talked to Mr Kang, Vice President of the Korea LPG Association, for his thoughts on the Korean LPG Market and also the upcoming WLPGA Autogas Summit which will take place in Seoul in January 2015.