June 10, 2021
Coffee Break Briefing with Murefu Barasa: Measuring Reliability
By Murefu Barasa, Todd Moss

Quality electricity is critical to ending energy poverty, but reliability data is scarce, while officially-reported outages often differ greatly from actual consumer experience. New approaches can help fill the data gaps. The Real-time Electricity Supply and Quality tracker (RESQ) is a pilot project using low-cost sensors to gather real-time data on power supply in major African cities.

EED Advisory’s Murefu Barasa presented the project and its first-ever data during a coffee break briefing on June 10, 2021.

Watch his presentation below in full, and find the rest of our Coffee Break Briefings here.

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