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Measuring 'reasonably reliable' access to electricity services

Todd Moss

Measuring 'reasonably reliable' access to electricity services.

By John Ayaburi, Morgan Brazilian, Jacob Kincer and Todd Moss 

The authors propose a new way to estimate "reasonably reliable" power, and find that 3.5 billion people live without it, The new metric provides a more granular view of the enormous energy access gap globally, and insights for future investment and policy decisions. Read more at The Electricity Journal.