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Rural Electrification Concessions in Africa


  • Richard Hosier
  • Morgan Bazilian
  • Tatia Lemondzhava
  • Kabir Malik
  • Mitsunori Motohashi
  • David Vilar de Ferrenbach


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  • Richard Hosier & Morgan Bazilian & Tatia Lemondzhava & Kabir Malik & Mitsunori Motohashi & David Vilar de Ferrenbach, 2017. "Rural Electrification Concessions in Africa," World Bank Other Operational Studies 27476, The World Bank.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:wboper:27476

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    1. Alexandros Korkovelos & Hisham Zerriffi & Mark Howells & Morgan Bazilian & H-Holger Rogner & Francesco Fuso Nerini, 2020. "A Retrospective Analysis of Energy Access with a Focus on the Role of Mini-Grids," Sustainability, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 12(5), pages 1-29, February.


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