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A crucial aspect that has been neglected in traditional rural energy policies is the use of energy not only to meet basic needs (such as lighting and cooking) but also to power income generating activities such as food processing, irrigation and manufacturing. Investing in energy access improves public health, community and household productivity and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

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