Dr Paul Munro1 1University of New South Wales, Kensington, Sydney, Australia   The use of solar photovoltaic (PV) power is booming in East Africa. Once a rare, novel power source used by elites, over the past ten years the technology...
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Dr Jonathan Balls1 1University Of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia   This paper examines the persistence of support from the development community for delivering energy access through decentralised market-based initiatives as opposed to state-led interventions. This trend continues despite the fact that,...
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Dr Nicola Willand1, Dr Sarah Robertson1, Professor Ralph Horne1, Professor Emma Baker2, Dr Trivess Moore1 1Rmit University, Melbourne, Australia 2University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia   Combining the concepts of energy justice, poverty, social practices and the capabilities approach, this conceptual...
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Dr Tyler Harlan1 1Cornell University, Ithaca, USA   Scholars typically talk about decarbonization through the lens of energy transitions, which entail the eventual replacement of fossil fuels with renewable energy. Recent work in economic geography complicates this notion by analyzing...
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