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Abstract

Analysing jointly communities and projects requires address energy projects from a socio-technical view. Including communities in the development of projects requires a better understanding of their social, economic, environmental, and cultural affairs. Consequently, this work focuses on a methodological formulation to prioritise energy projects considering community participation. The community evaluation considered the Human Development Index and Sustainable Development Goals and adjusted them according to the information available, and the project evaluation uses the Net Present Value. The Analytic Hierarchy Process evaluates communities and projects jointly and establishes prioritisation objectives. Moreover, the co-construction methodology is the basis to formulate guidelines for community work. This research found a close relationship between the projects for improving life quality and education in Narino.

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Hoyos, Laura;  Ruiz, Belizza;  Mendoza, Patricio

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