Zambia: which business models for mini-grids in Zambia?

Mini-grids will be one of the key solutions to supply electricity in rural Zambia, as in many sub-Saharan African countries. ENEA, consulting company dedicated on energy transition and energy access, supported the NGO Practical Action to shift the emphasis on sustainable business models for mini-grids. The outcome of this work is meant to be spread among all relevant stakeholders, including public and private actors as well as financing institutions.

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