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Monday, September 19, 2016

International Smart Grid Action Network Publishes T&D Casebook Version 2.0

International Smart Grid Action Network Publishes T&D Casebook Version 2.0

The Clean Energy Ministerial’s International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN) has released a new casebook, Spotlight on Smart and Strong Power T&D Infrastructure Version 2.0, which provides insight and knowledge on smart grid approaches to managing increasingly complex power systems.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Spotlight on Smart and Strong Power T&D Infrastructure Version 2.0 (English)

Spotlight on Smart and Strong Power T&D Infrastructure Version 2.0 (English)

This casebook shares experiences from 12 countries and from different levels in the electrical system, from the high-voltage transmission grid through the distribution grid and at the consumer level. Although conditions vary among countries, there is significant common ground for sharing experiences.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

T&D de Potencia — Casos de estudio ver. 2.0

T&D de Potencia — Casos de estudio ver. 2.0

Spotlight on Smart and Strong Power T&D Infrastructure Version 2.0 (Spanish)

This casebook shares experiences from 12 countries and from different levels in the electrical system, from the high-voltage transmission grid through the distribution grid and at the consumer level. Although conditions vary among countries, there is significant common ground for sharing experiences.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Solutions Center Report Helps Policymakers Attract Investment in Energy Access

Solutions Center Report Helps Policymakers Attract Investment in Energy Access

“Policies to Spur Energy Access” Spotlights Public–Private Models for Providing Electricity Access

The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Clean Energy Solutions Center has published Policies to Spur Energy Access, a comprehensive report produced jointly with the International Institute for Environment and Development. The report reveals policy options for developing countries to engage the private sector in creating market solutions to energy access and includes in-depth case studies of public–private programs for financing energy access in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Mali, Mexico, and Nepal. 

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