Energy for development.
THE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT LINK. The development outlook with continued energy demand growth at past rates. The development outlook with end-use energy strategy. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT. The role of the elites. The role of the market-oriented industrialized countries. The role of the aid community. Will vested interests change?. ENERGY AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT. Energy service requirements for development. Poverty and basic human needs. Energy and employment generation. Energy for agriculture. The importance of improved energy efficiency. Advanced energy-saving technologies. Modernizing bioenergy. ENERGY FOR BASIC NEEDS AND MORE. CHANGING THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENERGY. Energy and basic human needs. Energy and employment generation. Energy for agriculture. Energy efficiency in the modern sector. Eliminating energy supply subsidies. Rationalizing prices. Improving the flow of information. Targeting energy performance. Promoting comprehensive energy service delivery. Making capital more available for energy-efficiency investments. Assisting the poor. Promoting research and development on energy end-use. Creating and maintaining energy end-use data bases. Keeping score on conservation programs. Modernizing bioenergy. Helping developing countries become. More self-reliant. Political feasibility.
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