In rural areas, many communities cannot afford even the most basic modern energy services. Sustainable subsidies are needed to bridge affordability gaps and ensure that the poorest and most remote communities are not left behind. This briefing paper explores how to design and deliver subsidies for distributed renewable electricity and clean cooking, and is aimed at policymakers who are increasingly financing them.
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