Electricity

Why integrated planning is key to truly transformative electrification

Romoke Taiwo, a fish farmer in Gbamu Gbamu, Nigeria, with her electric freezer. Image: Rocky Mountain Institute

Edward Borgstein

Director, Empowering Clean Economies, Rocky Mountain Institute

Richenda Van Leeuwen

Managing Director, African Energy Program, Empowering Clean Economies, Islands Energy Program, Rocky Mountain Institute

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