The Socio-Economic Impact of Super-Efficient Fans in Bangladesh
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Super-efficient off-grid fans have the potential to deliver a range of socio-economic, health, and environmental benefits for households in Bangladesh. However, reliable data on the impacts of fans remains sparse. To address these gaps in knowledge, CLASP conducted over 1,600 telephone surveys with off-grid fan customers in Bangladesh. Results shed light on the real impact and socio-economic value of fans and underscore their role in expanding access to modern energy services.
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