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How mini grids could solve global energy poverty

Mini grids could bring electricity access to millions. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

Jessica Stephens

Global Coordinator, Africa Mini-grid Developers Association

Sidhartha Vermani

Senior Director, Smart Power India

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With huge investments and supportive policies, the IEA says, mini grids could serve 450 million people by 2030. Image: IEA

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