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From the Publisher'A timely, well-written, and exhaustive account of successful programs. The electrification of rural areas in the developing world attracts much attention from governments, the development community, electricity companies, and other organizations. A must read for all who are involved.'
Adriaan N. Zomers, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Development Cooperation
'A magisterial appraisal of what works in rural electrification. Barnes and his colleagues have assembled a definitive volume of studies on the most successful cases, including widely admired experiences such as China and Costa Rica in recent decades and the United States in an earlier time, as well as lesser-known yet equally informative cases such as Tunisia, the Philippines, and Ireland.'
David Victor, Stanford Law School