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Pakistan - Sindh Solar Energy Project (English)

The development objective of Sindh Solar Energy Project for Pakistan, aims to increase solar power generation and access to electricity in Sindh Province. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Utility-Scale Solar, aims for identification and development of a series of publicly owned solar parks, and support for the competitive selection of private sector developers through solar auction for the construction of solar power plants in the solar parks. 2) The second component, Distributed Solar, aims for procurement and installation of solar PV systems and associated energy management systems on rooftops and other available space on and around public sector buildings. 3) The third component, Solar Home Systems, aims for deployment of affordable SHSs in prioritized areas with low or no access to electricity, analysis and identification of priority areas, activities to enhance consumer awareness and financial literacy, product certification and quality control, and Monitoring and evaluation (M and E) activities. 4) The fourth component, Capacity Building and Technical Assistance, aims to support the design and implementation of the project and compliance with fiduciary, gender, M and E, procurement, and safeguards requirements.

Details

  • Document Date

    2018/05/23

  • Document Type

    Project Appraisal Document

  • Report Number

    PAD2623

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Pakistan,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/06/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2018-06-14T00:00:00Z

  • Doc Name

    Pakistan - Sindh Solar Energy Project

  • Keywords

    united nations framework convention on climate change; climate co-benefits; Solar Power; Water and Power Development Authority; financial internal rate of return; Access to Electricity; electricity access; Solar Parks; public building; growth in peak demand; competitive market for generation; economic and financial analysis; information and communication technology; Environmental and Social Safeguard; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; solar power plant; independent power producer; multilateral development bank; net present value; competitive bidding; capacity for implementation; private sector delivery; Renewable Energy Policy; solar power generation; Solar Home System; private sector involvement; net economic benefit; return on investment; solar power capacity; electricity bill; grant funding; Corporate Results Indicator; private sector ownership; instrument of ratification; renewable energy potential; renewable energy source; private sector provision; wind power capacity; wind power generation; long-term climate change; solar power development; human development index; high quality standard; global wind; source of electricity; energy management system; annual work plans; average wind speed; form of electricity; national poverty headcount; social development officer; risk category; kreditanstalt fur wiederaufbau; solar power system; public sector agency; nationally determine contribution; public sector institution; abundant natural resource; geographic information system; renewable energy capacity; decline in investment; liquefied natural gas; value of capital; cost of debt; private sector investor; power purchase agreement; supply of electricity; provision of power; cost of grid; price to consumer; cost of capital; competitive bidding process; renewable energy generation; european investment bank; heavy fuel oil; exchange rate; public sector consumer; International Finance Institution; cost of production; Exchange Rates; energy survey; public funding; grid connection; mitigation measure; result indicator; generation capacity; retroactive financing; climate finance; load shedding; average cost; electricity service; solar plant; investment component; counterpart funding; consumer awareness; citizen engagement; rural area; Advisory services; small hydropower; energy access; Energy Sector; energy option; market size; site identification; environmental study; commercial provision; shared infrastructure; energy department; grid integration; fiduciary risk; household connection; sensitivity analysis; financial liquidity

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Pakistan - Sindh Solar Energy Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/136231529206242617/Pakistan-Sindh-Solar-Energy-Project