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Rural electrification in the developing world



Rural electrification in the developing world



Energy Policy 20(2): 145-152



Electricity is the key which opens the door into the modern world and provides access to many of the benefits and amenities which people in industrial countries take for granted. This is well recognized by Third World governments and particularly, by rural populations within these countries. However, electricity is a derived demand occurring only when an area has reached a certain level of economic development and this has important consequences for the choice of areas for electrification.

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