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Basic Energy Access Does Not Unlock Broader Socio-Economic Benefits for India's Poor

Basic Energy Access Does Not Unlock Broader Socio-Economic Benefits for India’s Poor

D 13 juin 2018     H 02:00     A PATIL Mukta     C 0 messages

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Decentralised solar power, when utilised by unelectrified households, reduces money spent on kerosene but is not conducive to accessing larger social and economic benefits, acording to a recent study.
The study was conducted over a year in 1,281 households from 81 non-electrified rural communities in Suratganj block of Barabanki district, Uttar Pradesh, about 75 kms away from the state capital of Lucknow.
While half of the population was selected randomly and put into a ‘treatment’ group, (...)

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Rural & fisherfolk (India)

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