Power from the People
Innovation, user participation, and forest energy programmes
Through the example of the analysis of forest energy technology development the author illustrates the importance of user participation in developing technologies, and discusses the management of technological change.
Matthew Gamser leads IFC’s advisory work in increasing access to financial services in the East Asia-Pacific region. Dr Gamser has 27 years of experience in international enterprise development, local economic development, and finance. His present work for IFC includes microfinance, SME finance, housing finance, insurance, leasing, energy efficiency finance and electronic/mobile phone banking.
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