The integrated domestic energy project aims at establishing an ecosystem, driven by self-sustaining market value chains, for the dissemination and maintenance of integrated lighting & clean cooking technologies. The project activity includes solar-powered lighting which provides a comfortable level of illumination in one or more rooms of a house and an improved cookstove. The technology provided by TERI is a unique integrated model customized for rural households. The project displaces fossil fuel use, such as fuel-based lighting systems, stand-alone power generators, and fossil fuel-based mini-grids. In addition, the improved cookstove reduction in biomass fuel consumption will result in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions associated with the use of non-renewable biomass. The lighting from the solar panel not only provides a high-quality solution to improve rural productivity but also substantially reduces health hazards by enabling the replacement of kerosene lamps.