Pakistan - Energy Access: Household Panel Survey Data (2016)

This research activity was carried out by Enclude for approximately 8,500 household survey across Pakistan to measure the energy access rates, consumption patterns and economic & psychographic drivers to ‘energy relevant’ behaviours. This data set provides a snapshot of electricity access in Pakistan that covers the level of electricity access by household (availability and use), awareness of available solutions, and willingness to pay and also provides information for behavioural & psychographic segmentation.

For more information, please refer to the materials below: http://pubdocs.worldbank.org/pubdocs/publicdoc/2016/5/663781463774919478/Summary-Slides-Electricity-Access-Pakistan-World-Bank-ASTAE-Mar2016.pdf

http://pubdocs.worldbank.org/pubdocs/publicdoc/2016/5/604031463774918028/Methodology-Report-Electricity-Access-Pakistan-World-Bank-ASTAE-Mar2016.pdf

Funded by the Asia Sustainable & Alternative Energy Program (ASTAE), a multi-donor trust fund administered by the WB.

World Bank contact Clara Ivanescu (civanescu@worldbank.org)

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Source http://www.esmap.org
Author Lisanne Heemskerk
Last Updated April 11, 2018, 21:18 (UTC)
Created November 9, 2016, 15:15 (UTC)
Topic Surveys; Energy access
Country Pakistan
Published year 2016