Toward University Electricity Access: Renewable Energy-Based Geospatial Least-Cost Electrification Planning

A geospatially mapped least-cost electrification plan is an effective and practical tool to underpin a high-level national rollout strategy to anchor a bankable financing plan, aimed at achieving universal electricity access in a systematic and comprehensive manner, by integrating technology choices, including cost-effective renewable energy resources with grid and off-grid power-delivery modalities.