Reports and Publications

 
Access to Energy_Frontpage ACCESS TO ENERGY MAGAZINE volume 9
This is the final edition of the ACCESS TO ENERGY Magazine. This final issue focuses on the overall lessons learned that 5 years of EASE and 70 projects have provided. ACCESS TO ENERGY is the international EASE newsletter. The magazine is distributed free of charge in hard copy format. Under Newsletter you can sign up for a subscription and download back issues of the newsletter.
   
Thesis Yossi2 Master Thesis on Business models, by Yossi Mossel (Thesis – Mossel final, PDF file)
   
pubbusmodels Publication Business models for Energy Access
An overview of 26 business models for energy access projects and markets.This publication is the final product of the BDS trajectory to strengthen private-sector cooperation in the rural energy sectors.It aims to show the strategies and activities that EASE partners in Bolivia, Cambodia, Laos, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania,Uganda and Vietnam are implementing to stimulate commercial access to modern energy in the rural areas of their countries.These strategies and activities specifically aim to remove obstacles in rural energy value chains, and to improve the availability of business services. (Download publication, PDF file – 5,6MB)
   
BDS Mali front page Country report on Business Development Services in Mali(BDS Report Mali, PDF file – 4,9MB)
   
BDS Tanzania front page Country report on Business Development Services in Tanzania(BDS Report Tanzania, PDF file – 6,7MB)
   
BDS Vietnam front page Country report on Business Development Services in Vietnam(BDS Report Vietnam, PDF file – 7,1MB)
   
pubmag8 ACCESS TO ENERGY MAGAZINE volume 8
ACCESS TO ENERGY is the international EASE newsletter. The magazine is distributed free of charge in hard copy format. Under Newsletter you can sign up for a subscription and download back issues of the newsletter.( Download magazine volume 8, PDF file – 3,8MB)  
   
Energy Access ACCESS TO ENERGY MAGAZINE volume 7�( Download magazine volume 7, PDF file – 3,6MB)    

   
Energy Access ACCESS TO ENERGY MAGAZINE volume 6 (Download magazine volume 6, PDF file – 2,99 MB)
   
Energy Entrepreneurs EASE Publication on Energy Entrepreneurs in Mali and Burkina Faso In March 2007, EASE in cooperation with IMPROVES, published this study focusing on the dynamics and development paths of already operating rural entrepreneurs in the local energy provision business. Download publication here.   

   
Photobook

 

 

EASE PhotobookIn December 2006 EASE Published Access to Energy: a photobook showing the reality of energy access for the rural poor. By giving faces and names to the people who form EASE’s target group, this book shows you the reality behind the words and the people behind the numbers.    

   
Research Synthesis

 

 

EASE Research Synthesis 2000-2006Synthesis report of the research findings from studies undertaken by EASE in Tanzania, Bolivia and Vietnam. The research intended to increase understanding of how energy contributes to poverty reduction, who benefits, and why.    

   
Report Access to Energy Services for the Rural PoorThis article analyses how to improve access to energy for the rural poor, based on case studies from the inception phase of the EASE programme.Geographical Studies of Development and Resource Use, 2002 (3). KNAG, Utrecht, the Netherlands.    

   
Report EASE Research – “The role of Micro Finance in the Up-take of electricity. A case study of Small and Micro Enterprises in rural areas of Bolivia”Thesis by Jaime Sologuren, University of Twente.
   
Report EASE Research - “Plugging in micro-enterprises A study of electricity use as a strategy to address poverty in rural Vietnam”Thesis by Dagmar Zwebe, University of Twente.
   
Report EASE Research - “Impact of electricity services on microenterprises in rural areas in Tanzania”Thesis by Godwin Maleko, University of Twente.
  • About

    EASE stands for Enabling Access to Sustainable Energy. The EASE partnership aims to bring modern energy products to the rural poor in developing countries, by facilitating the upscaling processes in the rural energy sector and local energy markets. More >>
  • Tags

  • Delicious links

  • Meta