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Smart and just grids for sub - Saharan Africa. Exploring options

By: Welsch, Manuel.
Contributor(s): Bazilian, Morgan | Howells, Mark | Divan, Deepak | Elzinga, David | Strbac, Goran, et al.
Publisher: s.l.: Elsevier, 2013Description: 17 p.Subject(s): Electrificación Rural | Distribución de Energía Eléctrica | Países en Desarrollo | Desarrollo Económico | ÁfricaDDC classification: 333.793 Summary: In 2009, an estimated 585 millon people had no access to electricity services in sub-Saharan Africa. Unlike many other regions of the world, under current assumptions, that figure is expected to rise significantly to about 652 million by 2030 an unsustainable and unacceptable situation. Knowing of the intrinsic linkages between access to energy services and development, national governments and regional organisations have identified the urgent need for accelerated electrification rates. Some of the established and emerging concepts, systems and technologies grouped under the term smart grids my offer an important contribution to achieving universal access to electricity.
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In 2009, an estimated 585 millon people had no access to electricity services in sub-Saharan Africa. Unlike many other regions of the world, under current assumptions, that figure is expected to rise significantly to about 652 million by 2030 an unsustainable and unacceptable situation. Knowing of the intrinsic linkages between access to energy services and development, national governments and regional organisations have identified the urgent need for accelerated electrification rates. Some of the established and emerging concepts, systems and technologies grouped under the term smart grids my offer an important contribution to achieving universal access to electricity.

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