Grid or solar: looking for the best energy solution for the rural poor

Grid or solar: looking for the best energy solution for the rural poor

Grid or solar: looking for the best energy solution for the rural poor < All EAP @Duke blog posts May 2021 Jörg Peters, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research and Maximiliane Sievert, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research South Asia has made tremendous progress...
New Blog! Solar technologies can speed up vaccine rollout in Africa. Here’s how.

New Blog! Solar technologies can speed up vaccine rollout in Africa. Here’s how.

New Blog! Solar technologies can speed up vaccine rollout in Africa. Here’s how. The success of national vaccine distribution efforts depends on a functional cold chain. EAP's Rob Fetter shared how solar can be a part of the solution in The...
New Working Paper: Electrification to Grow Manufacturing? Evidence from Nepal

New Working Paper: Electrification to Grow Manufacturing? Evidence from Nepal

New Working Paper: Electrification to Grow Manufacturing? Evidence from Nepal In the inaugural working paper of our new series, Robyn Meeks and co-authors explore the impacts that access to electricity through microhydro in Nepal has on labor and...
Global Assessment of Electricity in Healthcare Facilities

Global Assessment of Electricity in Healthcare Facilities

Global Assessment of Electricity in Healthcare Facilities Taking stock of available global data on health facility electrification United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3, “Good Health and Well-being”, calls for the global community to come together to “ensure...
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