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2016 IEEE PES PowerAfrica
With 1.3 billion people lacking access to electricity, the demand for power is increasing drastically. Electricity can no longer be considered a luxury, and is necessary for maintaining a modern life expectancy. This paper explores the feasibility of energy production and storage across South America, South East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with National Renewable Energy Lab's Geospatial Toolkit and the integrated HOMER interface. Multiple scenarios are constructed based on different communitydoi:10.1109/powerafrica.2016.7556586 fatcat:iefrro7yuvaqrhgt7wejy3jepu