A community based approach to universal energy access

February 18, 2021

A new paper from BIDS Faculty Affiliate Daniel Kammen and colleague Tam Kemabonta describes an alternative approach to addressing energy poverty, taking into account factors such as energy production, economic calculation, and the incentives for innovation. Their research analyzes how this new approach can be used to address energy access problems in energy poor communities, and includes case studies of the Nigerian off-grid mini-grid industry and the Ecoblock pilot project in California in the United States.

A community based approach to universal energy access
February 13, 2021  |  Tam Kemabonta, Daniel M. Kammen  |  The Electricity Journal



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Dan Kammen

Energy and Resources Group, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley
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