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  4. International Activities
  5. Overseas Consultancy Services
  6. R&D
  7. Open Innovation

1. Electricity Access in Developing Countries
There are approximately 2 billion people with no electricity access in the world. This number means that one third of the world population cannot use electricity, which is a minimum essential for modern life. Rural electrification is a significant issue in developing countries.

Table Electricity Access Ratio in Developing Countries (Household ; %) Country
Country Philippine Lao P.D.R
E.A. Ratio 68% (1996) 25% (1995)

2. Optimum Method for Rural Electrification
  • Potential investigation & selection of the optimum power source
    • Grid Extension
    • Micro hydro power plants
    • Photovoltaic power system
    • Wind power plants
    • Others
  • Master plan formulation
  • Project implementation (Basic design for respective power systems & Construction supervision)
  • Consideration of project sustainability
    • Formulation of organization for O&M
    • Operation & Maintenance training
    • Establishment of electricity tariff and its collection system
    • How to enhance community participation

3. Example of Our Competence
Title: Rural Electrification master Planning in Zambia
Client: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Term: May 2006 – December 2007
Outline: In accordance with the nationwide governmental policy for rural electrification master plan of the country, which includes a series of recommendations based on the long-term, systematic and organizational aspects etc. Technology transfer is also assisted in order the Zambian government itself to be able to decide and promote its rural electrification.

Possible Site Survey for Hydro Power
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Workshop in the Country
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