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From the bottom up : how small power producers and mini-grids can deliver electrification and renewable energy in Africa, Volume 1
Author:Tenenbaum, Bernard; Greacen, Chris; Siyambalapitiya, Tilak; Knuckles, James; Country:Africa;
Date Stored:2014/01/17Document Date:2014/01/10
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Energy Production and Transportation; Climate Change Mitigation and Green House Gases; Infrastructure Economics; E-Business; Power & Energy Conversion
Major Sector:Energy and mining; FinanceRel. Proj ID:3A-Africa Electrification Experience (Aee) -- -- P110999;
Region:AfricaReport Number:84042
Sub Sectors:General finance sector; General energy sector; Other Renewable EnergyCollection Title:Directions in development ; energy and mining
TF No/Name:TF010713-ESMAP Africa Electrification Experience; TF012819-GPOBA - Africa Electrification Experience (AEE); TF092537-3A-ESMAP AFR. ELECTRIFICATION EXPERIENCE; TF093878-3A-ESMAP AFR. ELECTRIFICATION EXPERIENCE; TF016441-Africa Electrification Experience (AEE); TF011298-GPOBA - Africa Electrification Experience (AEE); TF098677-ESMAP Africa Electrification ExperienceVolume No:1

Summary: Rural Africa's low level of electrification is a topic of much discussion. One widely cited estimate is that only fourteen percent of rural households in Sub- Saharan Africa have access to electricity (2012). As a first step to improving access, most governments in the region have developed national electrification strategies. Virtually every one of those strategies recommends a two-track approach to providing greater access to grid-based electrification. Although there is widespread agreement on the need for a two-track approach, most national electrification strategies contain few, if any, details on how the two tracks should be implemented. This guide focuses on the regulatory and policy decisions that African electricity regulators and policy makers must make to create a sustainable decentralized track and how the decentralized track can complement the traditional centralized track.

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