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Analytical Frameworks and an Integrated Approach for Mini-grid based Electrification
Although rural electrification using mini-grids has attracted recent global attention, the concept has been there for quite some time. Consequently, a number of analytical approaches exist to support the decision-making ...
Mini-Grids for the Base of the Pyramid Market: A Critical Review
The lack of access to electricity of more than 1.1 billion people around the world remains a major developmental challenge and Goal 7 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as well as Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) ...
Renewable Energy-Based Mini-Grid for Rural Electrification: Case Study of an Indian Village
Although off-grid electrification has become a cost-effective and convenient option for many non-electrified areas, generally stand-alone individual options receive greater attention; and when mini-grid-based solutions ...
Solar PV mini-grids versus large-scale embedded PV generation: A case study of Uttar Pradesh (India)
Despite significant grid expansion during the last decade, globally India has the highest number of people lacking access to electricity. Mini-grid has been suggested as a possible electrification option and the new mini-grid ...
Electrification Experiences from Sub-Saharan Africa
Analysis of oil export dependency of MENA countries: drivers, trends and prospects.
A review of energy system models.
Energy economics: concepts, issues, markets and governance
Are the off-grid customers ready to pay for electricity from the decentralized renewable hybrid mini-grids? A study of willingness to pay in rural Bangladesh
Off-grid rural and remote area electrification through decentralized renewable hybrid mini-grids (HMG) has been prioritized in the recent national renewable energy policy of Bangladesh. Research was carried out to explore ...
Evaluation of Oil/Gas Infrastructure Exposure to Climate Change Burdens in the Niger Delta
Climate change extreme weather events such as flood, rising temperature and windstorms pose significant threats to oil and gas infrastructure in the Niger. Due to a gap in evaluation of assets exposure in the region, little ...