Rural Electrification in Nicaragua (Abridged) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In fall 2001, the staff of the National Energy Commission of Nicaragua was the consideration of the pilot study on options for electrification in three rural communities. Rural electrification is an important issue in Nicaragua, since 40 percent of the population, mostly in rural areas, were without power. Many of those who lived too far away from the main high-voltage network, which will be filed easily with grid expansion. Consultants recommends subsidizing mini-networks based on small hydro power plants to serve the villages and individual solar power systems for remote rural households. HKS Case Number 1705.3 "Hide
by Tahir Sheikh, Jose Gomez-Ibanez 14 pages. Publication Date: August 18, 2008. Prod. #: HKS483-PDF-ENG

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