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The book analyzes energy technologies, business models and policies to promote sustainable development. It proposes a set of recommendations for further activities and networking on access to energy and renewable energies and promotes an integrated approach to sustainable resource management. The book discusses access to energy, as a precondition for socio-economic progress. It depicts the global dimension of the challenge in terms of access to electricity and other forms of energy in developing countries. The three main interlinked topics related to energy and sustainable growth are separately discussed: appropriate technologies for modern energy services, business models for the development of new energy markets, and policies to support new energy systems. The description of activities and programmes of some public and private Italian stakeholders is also included.

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Frontmatter

Access to Energy and Sustainable Development

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Chapter 1. Renewable Energies to Promote Local Development

Emanuela Colombo, Diego Masera, Stefano Bologna

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Chapter 2. Global Dimension of Universal Access to Energy

Emanuela Colombo, Lorenzo Mattarolo, Stefano Mandelli

Energy and Technology: Tailoring Strategies and Technologies to Enhance Livelihood

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Chapter 3. Modern Energies Services for Cooking: from Improved Cook-Stoves to Domestic and Community Biogas Based Systems

Francesca Mapelli, Jerome N. Mungwe

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Chapter 4. Distributed Generation for Access to Electricity: “Off-Main-Grid” Systems from Home-Based to Microgrid

Stefano Mandelli, Riccardo Mereu

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Chapter 5. Grid Connected Systems for Access to Electricity: From Microgrid to Grid Extension

Godfrey Gladson Moshi, Alberto Berizzi, Christian Bovo

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Chapter 6. Technologies for Power Generation in Rural Contexts

Jacopo Barbieri, Emilio Simonet

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Chapter 7. End Use Application: The Case of Solar Thermal Systems

Mario Motta, Marcello Aprile

Energy and Economy

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Chapter 8. Energy and Sustainable Economic Development

Stefano Bologna

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Chapter 9. Financing Energy Access

Koffi Ekouevi, Gabriela Elizondo-Azuela

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Chapter 10. Integrating the Social Dimension into New Business Models for Energy Access

Irene Bengo, Marika Arena

Energy and Policy

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Chapter 11. Enabling Environment for Promoting Energy as an Income Opportunity

Diego Masera, Vittoria Paramithiotti

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Chapter 12. Energy Policy Design for Low and Middle Income Countries: From Best Practices to ‘Next’ Practices

Toby D. Couture, Christina Becker-Birck

Public and Private Players: Italian Insight

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2013 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Chapter 13. The Vision of Public Donors

Annalidia Pansini

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Chapter 14. The Contribution of Civil Society

Lorenzo Mattarolo, Claudio Di Benedetto

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Chapter 15. The Role of Academia for Sustainable Development

Emanuela Colombo, Fabio Inzoli

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Chapter 16. The Mandate of the Association of Producers

Nino Frosio

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Chapter 17. The Contribution of Multinational Companies: Eni Corporate, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility

Luigi Sampaolo, Gloria Denti, Valentina Patricola

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Chapter 18. The Enabling Electricity Programme: Enel Vision and the Role of Enel Foundation

Mariano Morazzo, Giulio Lo Iacono
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