Yeah! Your beloved energypedia has a new look and design. We have updated the software so that the new energypedia is responsive and more user-friendly. Have a look at the platform and if you encounter any bugs or page distortions, please send them to us at info@energypedia.info.

Difference between revisions of "The Potential of Mini Grids and Critical Factors - Discussion"

From energypedia
***** (***** | *****)
m
***** (***** | *****)
m
Line 21: Line 21:
  
 
6. All the collected data is standardized and may not reflect exactly the situation in each country
 
6. All the collected data is standardized and may not reflect exactly the situation in each country
 +
 +
<br/>
 +
 +
<br/>
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
= Potential of mini-grids and critical factors =
 +
 +
by Dr. Teodoro Sanchez of Practical Action UK<br/>
 +
 +
<span style="line-height: 1.5em; font-size: 0.85em;">1. How a difference between critical or important factor is done?</span>
 +
 +
 +
*
 +
 +
First, a discussion of several specials from different areas is done in order to identify critical/important factors and finally a practical field investigation is done for verifying which of them were really critical or just important.<br/>

Revision as of 10:19, 8 March 2013

Comprehensive Country Ranking for Renewable Energy Based Mini-Grids Providing Rural Off-Grid Electrification

Presentation by C.Breyer - Reyer Lemoine Institut


1. The specific criteria for minigrids have to checked at the end locally.</span>

2. How was calculated the rural population???

  • Taking into account the number of rural electrification per country (%) and number of poverty (%)

3. Why some countries which do not have a clearly huge electrification rate were excluded?? (E.g. Bangladesh)

  • Combination of market, political environment and the weighting and scoring

4. Did you make a sensitive analysis for each variable??

  • Yes, it was done.

5. Cost of finance – ability of finance (Setting a company up, infrastructure) How was it taken into account??

  • Not considered because it was so extensive the investigation

6. All the collected data is standardized and may not reflect exactly the situation in each country





Potential of mini-grids and critical factors

by Dr. Teodoro Sanchez of Practical Action UK

1. How a difference between critical or important factor is done?


First, a discussion of several specials from different areas is done in order to identify critical/important factors and finally a practical field investigation is done for verifying which of them were really critical or just important.