- Published: 29 August 2018 29 August 2018
A Techno-Economic Analysis of the Concept
1.1 billion people worldwide (or approximately one in every five people) live without access to electricity. Electrification of geographically remote communities is particularly challenging. These communities exist in both the developed and developing worlds, with different economic development contexts within which electrification must occur.
By Mohamed Mamdouh Elkadragy, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
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