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Executive Summary
2.1. Why a hybrid mini-grid?
2. Hybrid mini-grid power systems: a technology primer
2.3. Design of hybrid mini-grids
3.1. Technology cost comparison
3. Cost Structures
3.2. Adjusting the model for varying natural conditions
3.3. Adjusting the model for varying diesel fuel prices
4.1. Community-based model
4.Business models for rural mini-grids
4.2. Private sector-based model
4.4. Hybrid business model
4.3. The utility-based model
5. Business, economic, and social factors
5.1. Operation and maintenance issues
5.2. Local private sector development and access to local financing
5.3. Information, marketing, education and capacity building
5.4. Business enabling environment and regulations
5.4.1. Acting on the market itself: productive use and market aggregation
5.4.2. Acting on the project revenues: tariffs and subsidies
Tariffs and subsidies:
Tariff collection mechanisms
5.4.3. Acting on regulation: policies and contractual agreements
1. Hybrid Technologies and System Design Issues
1.1. Solar PV
Annex 1: Technologies, Design and Efficiency
1.2. Small wind
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Published by: Zelalem Girma on Jan 13, 2012
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