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INTRODUCTIONBackground of the StudyEnergy is one of the most important aspects of the economic development and socialwell-being while renewable form of energy is an important aspect for protecting climate changefuture (Mandal, Batina, & Chen, 2018). On the other hand, it is essential for sustainableeconomic growth not depending totally on energy because it is only possible with an adequateand maintained energy supply. Millennium development goals are acquired through modernforms of energy (Olulu, Erhieyovwe, & Andrew, 2014). However, energy is one of the mostimportant aspects of the economic development and social well-being while renewable form ofenergy is an important aspect for protecting climate change future (Mandal et al., 2018). On theother hand, it is essential for sustainable economic growth not depending totally on energybecause it is only possible with an adequate and maintained energy supply. Millenniumdevelopment goals are acquired through modern forms of energy (Olulu et al., 2014).Moreover, Electricity is important for human survival and development due to itsessential aspects for some indispensable household activities such as the activation of domesticdevices, cooking, cooling and lighting. Access to electricity is usually used as benchmark forassessing performances of governments in several economies specifically across the developingcountries (Begum, Sohag, Abdullah, & Jaafar, 2015). The labor and capital productivity has beenenhanced by a sufficient electricity supply. On the other hand, the distribution of electricity is notsimilar across the world as assorted developed countries have abundance of electric powerwhereas number of developing countries is identified to suffer from chronic insufficientelectricity supply. The consumption of electricity is immensely associated to the urbanization
process, industrialization and economic development for the past two decades (Faisal, Tursoy,Gunsel Resatoglu, & Berk, 2018).There has been an important role of gender towards the relationship between inequalityand growth. The effects on the growth rate have been differentiated due to several causes, whichare assumed for average male and female health and education investments than to theirdisaggregated effects (Gelard & Abdi, 2016). It has been commonly revealed that the educationand health is invested among male as compared to female in mostly countries. On the other hand,there is an extensive influence on the productivity of gender’s productivity than to a similarinvestment in men when receiving less investment (Bloom, Canning, Chan, & Luca, 2014). Forinstance, the fertility rate is negatively associated to education level of women, which reveals apositive and significant influence on growth in a developing country generally. Lower infantmortality rates are tending to be associated with investments in female health (Isik, Dogru, &Turk, 2018).

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