This book outlines why we have failed so far to extend energy access to the world's poor, and suggests operating models that have greater potential to make a difference.It presents a call to address the energy crisis. It should be read by policy makers in governments and donor agencies, as well as academics, students and programme managers.PPIAF (Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility) and World Bank (2007) a#39;PPI in developing countries in 2006, ... Powell, S. and Starks, M. (2000) a#39;Key drivers of improved access - service through networksa#39;, in Energy Development Report 2000: Energy Services for the Worlda#39;s Poor, pp. ... Practical Action (2004) a#39;The Upesi stove for households in Kenya - technology is only half of the storya#39;, Energy anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Hidden Energy Crisis|
|Publisher||:||Practical Action Pub - 2010|