By Gilles Carbonnier (eds.)
Co-published with The Graduate Institute, this booklet examines how power matters have intensified with glossy improvement, how they form geopolitics and entry to strength in Africa, and the way inconsistent power governance rather is. It discusses power coverage ideas in constructing and rising nations and questions the function of improvement aid.
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Research has shown that supplying electricity to villages by means of small local units in these regions can make a signiﬁcant indirect contribution towards cutting infant malnutrition, most notably through its impact on female labour. In the major urban centres the challenge is to reduce the energy consumption intensity. On the one hand, governments must supply the regulatory framework as well as the incentives (taxes and subsidies) in support of less energy-intensive consumption patterns and of renewable energy sources.
Similarly, a transit state’s primary energy security concerns are more likely to revolve around ensuring a reliable ﬂow of revenues, either from transit fees or through a percentage of gas shipped as a payment in kind. 10 A signiﬁcant part of a transit state’s energy security policy is therefore aimed 8 See President of Russia, supra note 6. On this proposal see also Bochkarev, A. (2010) ‘Redrawing the Global Energy Blueprint’, European Voice, 12 February 2010. aspx. Accessed on 16 June 2010. See also Belyi, A.
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International Development Policy: Energy and Development by Gilles Carbonnier (eds.)