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2022 / NEW DELHI

First held in 2017, the LPG For Development Summit or LPG4DEV is an annual event held as part of LPG Week, hosted by WLPGA that seeks to highlight the role LPG has to play in all areas of energy access and development.

This summit includes stakeholders from the LPG industry, the development community, multi-lateral institutions, global NGOs, government, and academics.


It is the premier annual event on the global calendar which focuses on the benefits of switching from various form of biomass such as charcoal and so-called traditional fuels to cooking with clean burning LPG.

This year’s event will be the fifth edition of LPG4DEV and will be held on Tuesday 15th November 2022 in New Delhi.

Discover this year's edition



LPG For Development Summit (LPG4DEV) programme

2.15pm - 3.45pm PART 1 - HUMANISING ENERGY THROUGH CLEAN COOKING: THE INDIAN EXAMPLE

India has been at the forefront of making LPG accessible for millions of its citizens. What could or should other countries be doing to increase access to LPG for cooking? Can the Indian model work in other national contexts and what lessons travel and what lessons don’t.

3.45pm - 4.00pm NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

2.15pm - 3.45pm PART 2 - HUMANISING ENERGY FOR LIFE

LPG has thousands of uses and applications. This flexibility and adaptability are what make it an ideal fuel to suit peoples’ energy needs and stimulate development. Around the world LPG is being used in homes, businesses and communities to increase energy access and improve the quality of life for millions of people in developing countries.



Rachel Kyte

About LPG4DEV

This will be the fifth LPG4DEV Summit building on successful prior events in 2017 in Marrakech where Rachel Kyte, CEO of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) gave a rousing keynote, Houston, Texas in 2018 and in 2019 in Amsterdam where the Summit built on the outcomes from the first World Health Organization Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health, in which the serious health impacts on and high levels of mortality of millions of households from the continued use of polluting biomass fuels for cooking was highlighted. This included calls for, and commitments to, stepped up public and private sector engagement and resources needed to help reach both UN SDG3 on health and SDG7 on modern energy access by 2030.