Role of good governance for green and inclusive energy access in Nepal

In Nepal, approximately 25% of the population (7.4 million) mainly in rural areas has no access to electricity and about 74% are dependent predominantly on solid biomass fuels for cooking applications. This policy brief is based on a research carried out by Practical Action under the Green and Inclusive Energy (GIE) project implemented by Hivos ENERGIA and funded by The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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