Defining Energy Access for the World's Poor

September 2013
Issues in Science & Technology;Fall2013, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p90
Academic Journal
The article discusses issues related to energy access by the poorest of the global population. It discusses issues related to energy and poverty, trends in future energy consumption and factors affecting energy access. It also presents data and diagrams providing average annual household energy consumption across several countries, levels of global per capita electricity consumption and changes in energy demand and carbon dioxide emissions.


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