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Review of electricity supply in Asia
Electricity is emerging as the preferred fuel of choice in Asia and the demand for electricity is rising. However, there is significant variation in terms of electricity use as well as electricity system performance in the ...
Shaping a sustainable energy future for India: management challenges
Decentralized Renewable Hybrid Mini-Grids for Sustainable Electrification of the Off-Grid Coastal Areas of Bangladesh
Lack of access to energy is considered as a serious bottleneck for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh. Despite earning recognition for promoting solar home systems, most of the rural areas and remote islands of ...
Review of alternative methodologies for analysing off-grid electricity supply
Off-grid electrification is gaining importance in the developing countries where the access to electricity is often limited. The purpose of this paper is to review alternative methodologies that are used for off-grid ...
Preliminary identification of potential markets for off-grid electrification: Tool development and a case study of Ghana
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-07-22)
With more than 1 billion people lacking access to electricity in the world, ensuring universal access to electricity by 2030 remains a major challenge which cannot be left to the government initiatives alone. Access to ...
A review of the energy situation in Asia
This chapter presents a stylised overview of energy situation in Asia covering the developments since 1990. The primary energy requirement of the region has grown significantly during this period as China emerged as the ...
Sustainable Energy Development Index: A multi-dimensional indicator for measuring sustainable energy development
This paper proposes an indicator to measure sustainable energy development, SEDI. The method is explained and using available data, its computation for developing countries is highlighted. The results are then compared ...