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Photo Story | Myanmar: Accelerating Electricity Access for the Rural Poor through Mini Grids.

The event welcomed nearly 300 participants from 52 countries, including government officials in charge of mini grid programs from 17 countries, private sector participants ranging from small, informal organizations delivering electricity to their respective communities; intermediate level companies like OMC, Huskpower, Powerhive, Powergen, Sunlabob; as well as international conglomerates like GE Power, Engie, Enel, Schneider and ABB; as well as finance organizations, non-governmental organization, and academia to learn from each other about the demand, regulation, financing, skill development, local community engagement, and technological packaging that needs to be in place for sustainable delivery of mini-grids based on each country’s set of priorities and constraints.

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