Publication - Closing the Circuit, Stimulating End-Use Demand For Rural Electrification

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Title
Closing the Circuit, Stimulating End-Use Demand For Rural Electrification
Publisher
Rocky Mountain Institutee


Published in
December 2018
Abstract
Electrification’s ultimate measure of success in developing nations—and its real contribution—is to both meet basic humanitarian needs and underpin economic development. But most electrification programs focus on expanding supply with limited investment devoted to enabling end uses that drive productivity improvements and meet critical needs. In this report, we make the case for a greatly increased focus on supporting demand, outline the key barriers hampering increased use of electricity, and provide a succinct set of recommendations on actions that can be taken to complement the current focus on supply- side solutions.


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