Gham Power: Finding a replicable model for mobile-enabled micro-grids with NCell in Nepal

Tuesday 24 Oct 2017 | Case study | Energy | English | Grants | Innovation fund and grants | Mobile access and use | Mobile for Development Utilities | Mobile internet | Nepal | Product development and product design | Resource | Rural network coverage | South Asia |

Gham Power: Finding a replicable model for mobile-enabled micro-grids with NCell in Nepal image

In May 2015, the GSMA Mobile for Development (M4D) Utilities programme awarded Gham Power a grant to expand the capacity of two micro-grids in Nepal, improving energy access for two rural villages and providing energy to two NCell telecom towers. Mobile money was used for bill payment and smart meters were deployed to monitor individual consumption. This case study contains the key lessons which emerged from the grant project.

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