Video: Nepal moves toward integrated approach for bringing electricity to last-mile communities
96% of people in Nepal have access to electricity, a number that stood at just 51% a few years ago.
Remarkable progress has been made in Nepal when it comes to electrification. But the challenge of reaching universal electricity access is no small task. The final 4% are in hard-to-reach, last-mile communities, where connections to the main grid are nearly impossible.
Harnessing a mix of technologies and coordinating efforts between governments, businesses and development partners are essential to making universal electrification in Nepal a reality.
This video is one of three country case studies (Ethiopia, Nepal and Togo) focusing on Integrated Electrification Pathways. Want to learn more about the importance of integrated approaches to electrification? Read our primer report.