Special Issue on Power Sector
Reform and its Impact on the Poor - Published in the Energy for Sustainable
Development Journal of the International Energy
Edited by Stephen Karekezi, John Kimani, Roberto Kozulj and Nicolas Di Sbroiavacca
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Stephen Karekezi and John Kimani - African Energy Policy Research Network
(AFREPREN); R. Kozulj and N. Di Sbroiavacca - Fundacion Bariloche/IDEE,
Power Sector Reforms Increased Access to Electricity Among the Poor in East
Africa?” Stephen Karekezi and John Kimani - African Energy Policy
Research Network (AFREPREN)
Access to the Poor: A study of South Africa and Zimbabwe”. Ogunlade
Davidson, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sierra Leone and Stanford A.
Mwakasonda, Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town.
Reforms and Electricity Access: Lessons from Bangladesh and Thailand”.
Ram M. Shrestha, S. Kumar, Sudhir Sharma and Monaliza J. Todoc - Energy
Field of Study, School of Environment, Resources and Development , Asian
Institute of Technology
of Power Sector Reform on Poor: A Case Study of South and South East Asia”.
A R Sihag, Neha Misra and Vivek Sharma, TERI, India
of Energy Sector Reforms: Case Studies from Latin America”. Roberto
Kozulj and Nicolas Di Sbroiavacca, IDEE/FB, Argentina
Access to Electricity in Brazil”. Lead authors: José Goldemberg,
Emilio Lèbre La Rovere, Suani Teixeira Coelho. Contributors: Osvaldo Soliano
Pereira, Maria Silvia Muylaert, André Felipe Simões, Roberto Zilles,
Patricia Guardabassi, Oswaldo Lucon
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