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Mozambique - Energy Reform and Access Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2003/02/25

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID9965

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mozambique,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Mozambique - Energy Reform and Access Project

  • Keywords

    access to modern cooking fuels;Environmental and Social Impact;renewable energy promotion;small and medium enterprise;legal and regulatory framework;African Development Fund;human resource capacity;Access to Electricity;social services delivery;indoor air pollution;loss of land;renewable energy activity;national energy strategy;global environment facility;main urban areas;transfer of knowledge;cost of service;quality of supply;impact of aid;approval of tariff;local private sector;adverse health consequences;learning by doing;energy service company;energy service companies;expansion of transmission;loss of vegetation;hydro power plant;small rural towns;initial capital cost;ministries of health;supply and installation;source of income;source income;Technical Assistance Fund;foreign direct investment;primary energy consumption;national power grid;demand for charcoal;transmission and distribution;Energy Sector;electricity access;land acquisition;charcoal production;government plan;rural area;power utility;power utilities;Energy Projects;Gas Pipeline;distribution network;grid supply;operational procedure;long-term process;external assistance;technical standard;rural community;transmission asset;Grid Electrification;mini grid;natural habitat;biofuel production;animal waste;generation capacity;asian countries;transmission company;electric service;contract dispute;adverse risks;small-scale entrepreneur;Macroeconomic Stability;private investment;regulatory approach;private company;fiscal policy;environmental cost;supply side;Fiscal policies;grid extension;distribution line;donor coordination;retail business;safeguard policy;social screening;Safeguard Policies;strategy papers;safeguard issue;permanent loss;generation plant;critical habitat;capital subsidy;foreign company;market signal;gas field;distribution tariff;rural consumer;international standard;limited capacity;cleaner technology;institutional change;land use;grid expansion;capital expenditure;energy loss;charcoal stove;commercially viable;classroom training;knowledge bank;reform work;petroleum law;legislative change;internal capacity;grant funding;Programmatic Approach;aid effectiveness;rural health;energy need;financial closure;principal city;energy fund;supply function;wood extraction;Land Ownership;income generation;Regulatory Bodies;oil extraction;combustion technology;energy resource;Cash Income;forest stock;profit center;government's strategy;national utility;supply reliability;national grid;provincial capitals;internal management;energy reform;regulatory body;electricity business;public-private partnership;public consultation;noise pollution;concession area;soil erosion;project costing;funds flow;private developer;gas power;local entrepreneur;private parties;regular staff;fiduciary requirements;market development;private party;debt finance;Rural Poor;project approval;electricity provision;adequate capacity;geographic area;service contract;institutional model;investment financing;

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Mozambique - Energy Reform and Access Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/215481468757808041/Mozambique-Energy-Reform-and-Access-Project