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close this bookSolar Energy : Lessons from the Pacific Island Experience (WB; 1994; 72 pages)
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Open this folder and view contents3. Solar PV and diesel systems compared
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Open this folder and view contentsAnnex 1. Economic conditions in the Pacific Islands
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Open this folder and view contentsAnnex 3 Life-cycle costs of solar PV and diesel systems in rural electrification
 

Solar Energy : Lessons from the Pacific Island Experience

WORLD BANK TECHNICAL PAPER NUMBER 244
ENERGY SERIES

Andres Liebenthal, Subodh Mathur, and Herbert Wade

The World Bank
Washington, D.C.

Copyright © 1994
The International Bank for
Reconstruction and Development/
THE WORLD BANK
1818 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.
20433, U.S.A.

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Manufactured in the United States of America
First printing May 1994

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Cover photo caption: A solar photovoltaic household system in Indonesia, similar to those used in the Pacific Islands.

ISSN: 0253-7494

Andres M. Liebenthal is a principal economist in the Latin America and the Caribbean Technical Department, Environment Division at the World Bank. He was formerly a principal economist in Country Department III, East Asia and Pacific Region. Subodh Mathur is an independent consultant based in Bethesda, Maryland. Herbert Wade is with the Division of Energy Technology, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok; much of his work for this paper was earned out while he was the senior engineer at the South Pacific Institute for Renewable Energy, French Polynesia.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication
Data
Liebenthal, Andres, 1947

Solar energy: lessons from the Pacific Island experience/Andres Liebenthal, Subodh Mathur, and Herbert Wade. p. cm. — (World Bank technical paper; no. 244. Energy series)

ISBN 0-8213-2802-6

1 Photovoltaic power systems—Pacific Area.
2. Photovoltaic power generation—Pacific Area.
I. Mathur, Subodh, 1951
II. Wade, Herbert, 1939- . m Title. IV. Series.
TK1087.L54 1994
333.79'23'099—dc20

94-13345 CIP

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