This report examines how ten countries have switched, or are planning to switch, from traditional fuels such as wood, coal, charcoal, animal waste and kerosene, to LPG as a cooking fuel.
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The publication provides insights into some of the complications inherent in the private household and social cost-benefit “calculus” of interventions to promote new cooking technologies and practices.
This “outcome report” is from the 2016 Kassel International Dialogue (KID), which offered the opportunity for peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and a dialogue between local, regional, and national government representatives and legislators.
This paper describes Africa’s wind energy markets have evolved over the years and the structural characteristics affecting the development of wind energy projects on the continent.
This report covers considerations for smart grid technology development, to include micro grids, in the developing world. Chapter One is titled, “Renewables, Smart Grids and Cost-Benefit Analysis”. Chapter Two is titled, “Cost-Benefit Analysis: Introduction and Overview”.
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.
Pico-photovoltaic (PV) kits have become a lower-cost alternative to investment intensive grid electrification. Using a randomized controlled trial, the authors examine uptake and impacts of a simple pico-PV kit that barely exceeds the benchmark of what the UN considers modern energy.
The Government of Rwanda is looking at strategies for solving the country’s needs for electricity through diversified least-cost and cost-reflective sources of electricity.
This study documents the price of kerosene in rural areas of five African countries: Senegal, Mali, Ghana, Tanzania and Kenya.
This online database features 26 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and 40 years of resource use. It was developed as a result of a three-year science-based consultative process mandated by countries in the region.