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Energy sector management assistance program annual report 2017 (English)

Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 was the first year of implementation of ESMAP’s four-year business plan for FY2017-20. Progress was made across the three main thematic areas, corresponding to the Sustainable Development Goal #7 targets on energy access, renewable energy, and energy efficiency, as well as the cross-cutting areas of energy markets, governance and planning; energy subsidy reform; and knowledge tools that aim to tackle broader sectoral issues. This Annual Report summarizes how ESMAP is achieving its business plan objectives in FY2017 and key trends in its portfolio. In FY2017, ESMAP informed 6.1 billion dollars in World Bank lending and leveraged more than 560 million dollars from other financiers. 23.3 million people in Africa are now meeting their basic electricity needs through Lighting Africa. Key knowledge products launched are now shaping energy programs globally.


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    Energy sector management assistance program annual report 2017

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    Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies; Scaling-Up Renewable Energy Program; natural gas market development; impact of energy sector; poverty and social impact analysis; global response to climate change; electric network; Trust Fund Administration; Environmental and Social Impact; urban energy efficiency; improving energy efficiency; promoting energy efficiency; distribute renewable energy; municipal energy efficiency; gender and energy; biomass resource; renewable energy target; Access to Electricity; geothermal power plant; support energy; Urban Transport Planning; social protection scheme; social protection system; Development Policy Loan; fossil fuel subsidy; power system planning; renewable energy planning; indoor air quality; energy for all; energy storage technology; solar power generation; forms of energy; costs of power; cooperation and development; water supply system; analytical and advisory; renewable energy sector; energy sector assessment; energy sector investment; amount of electricity; energy supply option; renewable energy generation; renewable energy source; power distribution company; energy sector planning; legislation and regulation; poor urban area; indoor air pollution; environment for investment; sustainable energy objective; cost of service; management and administration; kerosene lighting; energy efficiency improvement; gas regulatory reform; economies of scale; renewable energy resource; renewable energy activity; european investment bank; information technology system; regulatory impact assessment; energy access; senior operations; independent power producer; power sector reform; Energy Sector Reform; area of governance; building energy efficiency; form of investment; South-South Knowledge Exchange; fuel price subsidy; Social Safety Nets; competitive wholesale market; electricity and gas; mini grid; Access to Energy; primary energy supply; high energy intensity; bus rapid transit; concentrated solar power; public financial resource; energy efficiency fund; renewable energy issue; gas sector reform; small power system; improved service delivery; Urban Transformation; greenhouse gas emission; implementation of reform; consumer of energy; public awareness campaign; reduction in subsidies; private sector financing; import duty rate; international good practice; social assistance program; climate change impact; national regulatory framework; private sector funding; climate change mitigation; Hydro Power; multilateral development bank; energy efficiency intervention



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Energy sector management assistance program annual report 2017 (English). Energy sector management assistance program Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.