This report provides information about the current use of electricity in rural areas and analyzes opportunities and challenges to rural electrification in developing countries as well as providing policy recommendations.
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This report presents the main findings of a High-level Advisory Group brought together by the European Commission in regard to Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
This report provides an in depth look at the European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI), which is part of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (Set -Plan).
This document includes four technical research reports and one policy research report: Study on Wind Power Development; Study on Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Development; Study on Solar Thermal Application and Development; Study on Small Hydro Power Development; Study on the Incentive Policies and Ex
This report examines Kenya's potential to benefit from the Program on Scaling-Up Renewable Energy in Low Income Countries (SREP), operating under the framework of the Climate Investment Funds.
This report details the strategies needed to provide universal electricity access by the end of 2030. Small, stand-alone renewable energy technologies can often meet electricity needs of rural communities less expensively than centralised grid solutions can.
This report is a collection of case studies that highlight replicable best practices in the use of renewable energy for rural electrification. Examples cover a wide range of technologies, locations, financial support mechanisms, and consumer-tariff schemes.
This report was produced by the World Bank on behalf of the Chinese government.
This report reviews experiences with renewable portfolio standards, feed-in tariffs, and tendering policies in the United States and European Union and analyzes their advantages and disadvantages. The report concludes with potential application of these policy options in China.
This investment plan outlines four areas of alternative energy development to achieve Thailand's 20 per cent alternative energy target by 2022: 1) increasing the share of power generation from renewable sources by small power producers; (2) increasing the share of thermal power from renewable so