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Electrification for ‘Under Grid’ Households in Rural Kenya

Appliance Ownership and Aspirations among Electric Grid and Home Solar Households in Rural KenyaPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentEnvironment and Climate2016
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Experimental Evidence on the Economics of Rural ElectrificationPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentEnvironment and ClimateResearch Methodology2020
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Does Electrification Supercharge Economic Development?Published PaperAfrican DevelopmentEnvironment and Climate2020
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Does Solving Energy Poverty Help Solve Poverty? Not QuiteEnergy Institute Blog
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Does Providing Electricity to the Poor Reduce Poverty? Research Suggests Not QuiteForbes
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Despite $7 billion to ‘Power Africa’, why the continent is still in the darkReuters
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New Evidence on the Economics of Rural ElectrificationAix-Marseille University, Aix-en-Provence, FranceJune 25, 2018
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Does Electrification Help the Poor?Barcelona, SpainOctober 4, 2019
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Fifth Annual Symposium on Computing for Development (ACM-DEV) 2014San Jose, CADecember 5, 2014
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The Limits of Rural ElectrificationLSE Connect
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Random AccessASME
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Blogger mangles info on African electrification aid projectPolitiFact
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‘Empathy,’ not incentives or environmentalism, sells solar power in IndiaClimateWire
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Despite foreign aid, Africa is still in the darkThe Gulf Today
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Launching PolitiFact Global News ServicePolitiFact
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Despite $7 billion to ‘Power Africa,’ why the continent is still in the darkDaily Mail
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Obama Thinks Solar Power Will Boost Kenya. Kenyans Aren’t So Sure.Wisconsin Public Radio
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Obama Thinks Solar Power Will Boost Kenya. Kenyans Aren’t So SureNational Public Radio
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Obama Thinks Solar Power Will Boost Kenya; Kenyans Aren’t So SureAlaska Public Media
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The Economics of ChangeTechnology.org
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