Modular and discrete: Opportunities for alternative power system planning, expansion and operation in developing countries
When developing electricity systems, generation and grid have been separately planned and demand has generally been assumed passive, estimated using aggregated approaches.
What Do We Know About Economic Diversification in Oil-Producing Countries?
The Political Economy of Hydrocarbon Wealth and Fuel Prices
Economic and Non-Economic Barriers and Drivers for the Uptake of Renewables
Electricity Market Design and Renewables Integration in Developing Countries
Powering in the City in the Global South: Increasing Energy Access for All in a Context of Urbanisation and Changing Urban Governance
Electricity Reliability and Economic Development in Cities: A Microeconomic Perspective
Energy Efficiency in the Developing World
The literature assessing demand-side energy efficiency potential, and the policies that can be deployed to tap this potential has traditionally focused on developed and emerging economies.
Efficient & Productive Use
The Political Economy of Aid for Power Sector Reform