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MicroEnergy Product Service Systems

PhD project by Noara Kebir, Candidate of the Postgraduate Research Program Microenergy Systems more to: MicroEnergy Product Service Systems

Examining the Level of Public Participation in the Development of East Africas's Off-grid Energy Sector

This research develops a novel, integrated approach for rural development in sub-Saharan Africa through paving ways for sustainable energy uptake. The study examines top-down approaches as they affect the progression of off-grid energy uptake in Ugandan rural communities. Drawing from the literature on foreign involvement in the African energy industry, and the growth in energy financing in general, the study analyses the delivery models employed in disseminating energy programs and the degree to which this has translated into the uptake of off-grid solar technologies. The study further investigates how well these approaches engage the rural communities, the different participation mechanisms, and the level of end-user understanding of energy purchases and services. more to: Examining the Level of Public Participation in the Development of East Africas's Off-grid Energy Sector

Transforming the Backup Generator Electrification Paradigm in Nigeria

The research project focuses on designing bottom-up electrification pathways for marginalised communities in Nigeria for a sustainable energy transition. It attempts to evaluate the causality in the high proliferation of fossil-based backup generators, the effect of the unreliable grid on both households and MSMEs and introduces an interdisciplinary dimension to the creation of local energy markets through swarm grids and peer to peer networks. more to: Transforming the Backup Generator Electrification Paradigm in Nigeria

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