The GEA shows that it is possible and economically viable to enable the delivery of clean, sustainable energy to the 1.4 billion people currently living without electricity and the 3 billion without access to modern cooking fuels or devices. This could be achieved without additional increases in greenhouse gas emissions.
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Pachauri S, et. al. 2013. Pathways to achieve universal household access to modern energy by 2030. Environmental Research Letters. http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-9326/8/2/024015/article
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