The biogas projects promote energy needs of cooking in rural households by replacing wood or kerosene as primary fuel for cooking. Biogas is a fuel that would substitute the traditional use of firewood, agricultural residues for household cooking and energy needs. To sustain their energy needs, a rural Indian household depends a lot on the use of low-cost fuel like firewood and kerosene. The present fuel dependency in project areas is largely on the use of firewood. This wood is sourced from the farm, the forest fringe, or purchased from local dealers, who source it from the forest. But traditional use of firewood has tremendous health implications on the user, which in most cases are women and children of the households. Each household utilizes cattle dung to feed the digester for the production of biogas. This leads to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by displacing conventionally used non-renewable biomass. Further, residue from the biodigesters can be used as organic fertilizer and can improve soil fertility in rural areas.