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China - Yantan Hydroelectric Project (English)

The Yantan Hydroelectric Project comprises: (i) construction of a 110 meter high concrete gravity dam, a spillway, a power house and a ship lift; (ii) provision and installation of four generating units of 275 MW each; (iii) construction of two single circuits of 500 kV transmission lines and three associated substations; (iv) provision of consulting services for design and construction management; and (v) implementation of a training program.

Details

  • Document Date

    1986/05/31

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P4315

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China - Yantan Hydroelectric Project

  • Keywords

    financing need;economic and sector work;current account deficit;adoption of energy efficiency;increase in interest rate;efficiency of energy use;small groups of household;project design and implementation;International Trade and Investment;impact of price changes;efficiency of resource use;efficiency of energy consumption;efficiency of energy utilization;management of service delivery;high concrete gravity dam;Economic and Financial Management;Vocational and Technical Education;rural area;Electricity;commercial energy consumption;improvements in efficiency;source of energy;Technology Transfer;Agriculture;rural water supply;planning and design;thermal power plant;transmission and distribution;construction and operation;target growth rate;total energy consumption;rate of growth;foreign exchange risk;debt service ratio;state enterprises;load center;current account surplus;interest during construction;equity in distribution;cost of electricity;financing health services;return on capital;export credit agencies;fresh water fishery;types of energy;implementation of reform;generation of electricity;cost of coal;power system development;availability of water;inland water transport;commercial energy use;industrial energy consumption;variable interest rate;Access to Electricity;social service program;foreign currency reserve;large urban areas;effective tax rate;system education;nuclear power plant;promoting energy efficiency;dam construction techniques;energy efficient technology;consumption of energy;exchange rate instrument;administratively set prices;kv transmission line;Foreign Exchange Reserve;consumer goods imports;balance of payment;free market price;small state enterprises;foreign technical assistance;share of export;role of state;retail price index;accountability for performance;crude oil production;internal cash generation;power and water;agriculture and industry;Water Resource Management;external capital requirement;development of cogeneration;forms of energy;financial sector reform;high voltage transmission;human resource development;regional power grid;power system planning;rate of change;per capita income;unit of value;direct government involvement;weights and measure;Thermal Power Generation;term debt;standard of living;electric power development;generating capacity;recoverable reserve;export growth;enterprise management;economic reform;coal production;Exchange Rates;cash crop;Animal Husbandry;administrative control;agricultural output;industrial sector;foreign borrowing;price reform;allocation system;bank lending;grant basis;financial discipline;foreign technology;real gdp;commercial borrowing;Rural Credit;Energy Sector;project approval;Commitment Fee;energy production;construction management;light industry;cost of energy production;urban development;gross value;tax system;labor allocation;administrative measure;wage system;consulting service;power shortage;financial planning;cubic feet;pricing policy;Consulting services;stabilization program;supply constraint;heavy industry;technical cooperation;raw material;commercial sector;agricultural activity;Macroeconomic Management;electricity tariff;bank assistance;investment programming;individual enterprise;port area;subsidiary loan;plant location;investment spending;severely limits;investment requirement;consumption level;human capital;manufactured export;Medical care;capital construction;funding mechanism;financial autonomy;state sector;working capital;economic stability;world market;political commitment;financial constraint;macroeconomic balance;internal settlement;young graduate;market-oriented economy;foreign debt;inflation rate;excessive investment;Population Growth;external position;tariff increase;existing technology;gross output;direct credit;inflationary pressure;national income;junior college;demand management;college level;living condition;electric locomotive;technical college;provincial power;long-term training;trained manpower;severe shortage;school level

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China - Yantan Hydroelectric Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/281651468219290143/China-Yantan-Hydroelectric-Project