Microgrids in developing countries
Developing countries are those whose economies are in the process of economic development from underdevelopment or a transitional economy . These countries have not attained a high level of industrialization yet and have some problems related to weak infrastructures, inequality, and so on. Two-thirds of the world's population live in developing countries located mainly in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Some of the main social problems of developing countries are  poverty, understood as the lack of wealth to meet the needs of the inhabitants; high unemployment and corruption rates; economic inequality among their inhabitants; little or no funding for science and technology from the state; low per capita income; and technological dependence on other countries.