New article: "Small-Scale Energy Interventions in Developing Countries"

The article “How effective are small-scale energy interventions in developing countries?” written by the WISIONS team provides insights into the influence of socio-economic, geographic and gender factors on small-scale energy projects in developing countries.

The 23 projects are supported by SEPS, the Sustainable Energy Project Support scheme of the WISIONS initiative run by the Wuppertal Institute. The cross-sectional evaluation analyses energy needs, systems and technologies and illustrates how non-technical factors have a major influence on sustainability. The article has been published in the journal “Applied Energy” and is available on the ScienceDirect website.

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