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Open this folder and view contents Chapter five - Innovations in renewable energy
Open this folder and view contents Chapter six - Cooking fuels: toward more sustainable supply and use
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Development in practice - Rural energy and development

Improving Energy Supplies for Two Billion People

THE WORLD BANK WASHINGON D. C.

© 1996 The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development /THE WORLD BANK

All rights reserved

Manufactured in the United States of America

First printing September 1996

The Development in Practice series publishes reviews of the World Bank's activities in different regions and sectors. It lays particular emphasis on the progress that is being made and on the policies and practices that hold the most promise of success in the effort to reduce poverty in the developing world.

This report is a study by the World Bank's staff, and the judgments made herein do not necessarily reflect the views of the Board of Executive Directors or of the governments they represent.

Cover photos: Douglas Barnes, Curt Carnemark, Richard Spencer.

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