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The history of distributed rural electrification efforts makes it possible to develop a structured study in order to understand the factors important for both success and failure. In order to do so, it is necessary to be specific regarding the characteristics of the distributed electrification model believed to be important in determining outcomes, the outcomes to be measured and the other factors that can be influential. This chapter outlines the methods used in this study, the hypotheses developed to explain outcomes, and how the particular case studies were chosen.
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