New energy landscape: Case study: Preparing for how minigrids meet the national grid
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Though most countries have national electrification plans, many of these plans may not include off-grid energy development. Off-grid minigrids are often built in areas the national grid deems too far away to get to right now, but what happens when the national grid expands that far?
Discussion points on lessons learned
- The business model and what this means for future projects
- Factors that need to be considered when national grid meets minigrid
- Is this kind of project scalable?
- How much influence did productive use of energy have on the success of the project?
- Building a tariff structure that works for everyone
- James Sherwood, Principal, Electricity Practice, Rocky Mountain Institute
- Okenwa Anayo Nas, CEO, Nayo Tropical Technology, Nigeria
- Tobi Busari, Team Lead: Embedded Generation and Renewable Energy, Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company, Nigeria
- Albert Butare, CEO, Africa Energy Service Group, Rwanda
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