This report examines the key factors influencing investors in mini-grid projects, including licensing, tariff regulation, access to finance and specific project risks related to the eventual arrival of the main grid.
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Based on cross-section data from a 2004 survey of approximately 2,300 households in rural Bangladesh, the authors of this paper studied the welfare impacts of household energy use, including those of modern energy, and they estimate the household minimum energy requirement that could be used as
This newsletter reviews the state of energy access in sub-Saharan Africa and how the policy landscape can support expanding access with renewable energy and energy efficiency.
This presentation review energy access progress in Tanzania and strategies from the Rural Energy Agency to expand access, including facilitating renewable energy projects and energy efficiency.
This country briefing is one of 13 prepared as part of a background study for the Energy Africa campaign launched by the Department for International Development.
This report analyzes the risks to Nigeria's development prospects that climate change poses to agriculture, livestock and water management.
This publication identifies gender-responsive strategies in the renewable energy sector and supports the formulation and implementation of policies in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) renewable energy sector that are informed and strengthened by the provision of reliable analysi
This paper reviews current practices by national and subnational governments around the world that aim to increase consumer awareness, understanding, and exposure to electric vehicles.
This website contains information on more than 800 clean energy policies around the world. It is searchable by policy name, geography, mechanism and status with subsector impacts noted per policy.
The Integrated Model to Access the Global Environment (IMAGE) is an ecological-environmental framework that simulates the environmental consequences of human activities worldwide.