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Building climate resilience into power system planning : the case of Bangladesh (Inglês)

The objective of the analytical work reported here is to improve the analysis of power system resilience by developing and piloting an approach to incorporate climate-change considerations into power-system planning using Bangladesh and its power-system-planning models as a case study. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho ACS23320 DEC 19, 2017

Chattopadhyay,Debabrata; Mukhi,Neha; Hobbs, Benjamin; Spyrou, Evangelia Disclosed

Communication research on energy efficiency in India : communication needs assessment and stakeholder mapping - prepared for the World Bank energy and extractives global practice, South AsiaRegion (Inglês)

India is the world’s third largest consumer of energy. It is widely acknowledged that the role of energy efficiency (EE) in reducing India’s carbon dioxide emissions and improving energy security is critical. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 113213 JAN 01, 2016

Worley,Heather B.; Sarkar,Ashok; Mukhi,Neha; Padmanaban, Padu S.; Kumar, Amit; Nair, Jayakrishnan; Soni, Manish Disclosed

India’s state-level energy efficiency implementation readiness : prepared for the World Bankenergy and extractives global practice, South Asia Region (Inglês)

India is currently one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. Sustaining a high growth rate is believed to be critical for India to alleviate poverty in the country, since it feeds more than a billion people. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 113212 JAN 01, 2016

Sarkar,Ashok; Mukhi,Neha; Padmanaban, Padu S.; Kumar, Amit; Kumar, Kulbhushan; Bansal, Manoj; Das, Shyamasis; Ganta, Shuboday; Verma,Anurag Disclosed

Utility scale DSM opportunities and business models in India : prepared for the WorldBank energy and extractives global practice, South Asia Region (Inglês)

The Ministry of Power, Government of India, defines Demand Side Management (DSM) as ‘actions of a Distribution Licensee (Utility), beyond the customer's meter, with the objective of altering the end-use of electricity - whether it is to increase demand, decrease it, shift it between high and low peak periods, or manage it when there are intermittent load demands - in the overall interest of reducing the costs of electricity supply’. ... Exibir mais +

Documento de Trabalho 113214 JAN 01, 2016

Sarkar,Ashok; Mukhi,Neha; Padmanaban, Padu S.; Kumar, Amit; Kumar, Kulbhushan; Bansal, Manoj; Ganta, Shuboday; Mukhitdinova,Farzona Disclosed