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REPORT: Sustainable energy for whom? Governing pro-poor, low carbon pathways to development: Lessons from solar PV in Kenya

This paper analyses the evolution of the Kenyan photovoltaics (PV) market using a combination of insights from innovation studies, socio-technical transitions theory and the STEPS pathways approach.
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POLICY BRIEF: Energy Pathways in Low-Carbon Development: Briefing from STEPS Working Paper 46

This briefing paper summarises how uneven access to modern energy services is not projected to signifiantly improve, making it an urgent policy issue, and how a broader consept of technology must be considered to provide energy pathways for the poor.
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REPORT: Energy Pathways in Low Carbon Development: from Technology Transfer to Socio-technical Transformation

This paper, Energy Pathways in Low Carbon Development: from Technology Transfer to Socio-technical Transformation, questions how much the dominant ‘hardware and finance’ framing will help communities explore and develop low-carbon pathways that meet their needs.
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FEATURE: The road to a stronger clean energy sector in Africa

Kevin Urama, Executive Director of the African Technology Policy Studies Network reviews the achievements of three CDKN-supported clean energy projects and what still needs to be done.
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FEATURE: Market forces not the main driver of solar technology uptake in Kenya

Julia Day, of the STEPS Centre, gets to the heart of Kenya’s growing off-grid lighting market and what policy-makers can learn from its successes.
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