And Then They Lived Sustainably Ever After ?-Part 1 , Experiences from Rural Electrification in Tanzania , Zambia and Kenya

@inproceedings{Ilskog2004AndTT,
  title={And Then They Lived Sustainably Ever After ?-Part 1 , Experiences from Rural Electrification in Tanzania , Zambia and Kenya},
  author={Elisabeth Ilskog},
  year={2004}
}
  • Elisabeth Ilskog
  • Published 2004
Accelerating the introduction of basic, clean energ y services is seen as a key strategy for promoting sustainable development in rural areas. Still, many people worldwide lack access to modern energy, such as electricity, and Africa lags behind other d veloping regions of the world. Support to rural electrification is therefore given high priority by the national governments and donor organisations. There is a trend to encourage the involvement of other actors than national utilities for… CONTINUE READING

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