TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRANSITION: ASSESSING ACCESS TO CLEAN FUELS AND COOKING TECHNOLOGIES
Keywords:cooking technologies, environmental, socio-economic, percentage, opportunities
The global transition to sustainable energy sources is a critical endeavor to combat climate change and ensure long-term environmental sustainability. This study employs a quantitative approach to investigate the factors contributing to "efforts to sustainable energy transition" using secondary data. Specifically, we focus on the impact of "clean fuels" and "cooking technologies" as potential drivers of sustainable energy practices. This study relies on secondary data obtained from reputable sources, such as governmental reports, international organizations, and academic databases. The dataset includes information on "efforts to sustainable energy transition," "clean fuels," and "cooking technologies" across various regions and countries. A multiple linear regression analysis is conducted to explore the relationship between the predictors ("clean fuels" and "cooking technologies") and the dependent variable ("efforts to sustainable energy transition"). The model is built to assess the extent to which these predictors explain the variance in the dependent variable. The results of the quantitative analysis reveal a highly significant and positive association between "cooking technologies" and "efforts to sustainable energy transition." An increase in the utilization of advanced cooking technologies is associated with higher levels of effort toward sustainable energy practices. This study, based on quantitative analysis and secondary data, underscores the importance of advanced cooking technologies in driving efforts toward sustainable energy transition. Policymakers and stakeholders should consider prioritizing the adoption of modern cooking technologies to enhance sustainable energy practices. Further research may be needed to explore additional factors influencing sustainable energy transition and to tailor interventions to specific regional contexts.