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Exploring a low-carbon development path for Vietnam (English)

Low-cost energy and other natural resources have played a key role in driving the Vietnamese economy over the past decades. Under the low-carbon development (LCD) scenario, Vietnam can achieve its Vietnam green growth strategy (VGGS) targets. ... See More +

Publication 102363 JAN 01, 2016

Audinet,Pierre; Singh,Bipulendu Narayan; Kexel,Duane T.; Suphachalasai,Suphachol; Makumbe,Pedzisayi; Mayer,Kristin Disclosed

Elite capture : residential tariff subsidies in India (English)

India - home to one of the world's largest populations without electricity access - has set the ambitious goal of achieving universal electrification by 2017. 311 million people, a quarter of its population, remains without power, despite substantial efforts to increased affordable access for the poor. ... See More +

Publication 92648 JAN 01, 2015

Mayer, Kristy; Banerjee, Sudeshna Ghosh; Trimble, Chris Disclosed

Power for all : electricity access challenge in India (English)

India has led the developing world in addressing rural energy problems. By late 2012, the national electricity grid had reached 92 percent of India’s rural villages, about 880 million people. ... See More +

Publication 92223 OCT 29, 2014

Banerjee,Sudeshna Ghosh; Barnes,Douglas French; Mayer,Kristin; Samad,Hussain A.; Singh,Bipulendu Narayan Disclosed

Governance of Indian State power utilities : an ongoing journey (English)

By the late 1990s, the technical and financial performance of the power sector in India had deteriorated to the point where the Government of India had to step in to bail out the state utilities, almost all of which were vertically integrated state electricity boards (SEBs). ... See More +

Publication 91157 SEP 25, 2014

Mayer,Kristin; Pargal,Sheoli Disclosed

Reforming electricity subsidies in Pakistan : measures to protect the poor (English)

As part of its energy sector reforms, the Government of Pakistan plans to reduce spending on electricity subsidies to 0.3-0.4 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) by mid-2016. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 93762 JUN 06, 2014

Walker, Thomas; Sahin, Sebnem; Saqib, Mohammad; Mayer, Kristy Disclosed