Poor People's Energy Outlook 2016

The Poor People’s Energy Outlook 2016 provides pioneering new research into energy access planning from the perspective of the energy poor in Bangladesh, Kenya, and Togo. It finds that bottom-up national energy planning is feasible, and that it is much more likely to deliver good results than are traditional top-down approaches to energy planning. It shows that decentralized energy options are more cost-effective for rural energy delivery, and faster to deliver.

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