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Granada and St. Lucia - Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Authority (ECERA) Project (English)

Ratings of Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Authority (ECERA) Project for Granada and St. Lucia were as follows: outcome was unsatisfactory, Bank performance was satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was substantial. Some of the lessons learned include: (i) account for complex regional political economy behind project design and implementation; (ii) balancing regional versus national focus by incorporating lessons learned from previous regional projects; (iii) project restructuring should be timely and consider all design and outcome aspects that would be affected; (iv) regional project design should account for varying capacity of participating countries and impact of staff turnover; (v) ensuring continuity of key staff and building team capacity for smooth implementation; and (vi) need for a regional champion for continued progress and successful implementation.

Details

  • Document Date

    2019/06/26

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    ICR4744

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    OECS Countries,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/07/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Granada and St. Lucia - Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Authority (ECERA) Project

  • Keywords

    Procurement Risk Assessment and Management System; Regulation and Competition Policy; performance in service delivery; project design and implementation; provision of infrastructure service; competition in electricity supply; economic and financial analysis; regulatory framework for electricity; regional regulatory authority; national regulatory body; economies of scale; national regulatory authority; liquefied natural gas; public sector modernization; regional power trade; Electricity Sector Policy; lack of alternative; national regulatory agency; generation capacity expansion; primarily due; theory of change; quality at entry; cost of electricity; Transparent Public Administration; assessment of achievement; quality of performance; investment in electricity; price of energy; Access to Electricity; tariff setting process; reallocation of resource; electricity cost saving; consultations with stakeholders; east caribbean dollar; incentive to save; skilled human resource; electricity supply industry; private sector company; independent regulatory commission; participating country; regulatory advisory; Energy Sector; project duration; electricity price; regional demand; regional benefits; legal entity; electricity system; electricity utilities; Gas Pipeline; national regulation; regional body; project approval; legal entities; subsequent phase; national authority; disbursement arrangement; finance activity; electricity tariff; telecom sector; electricity service; Electricity Market; regulatory oversight; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; telecommunications sector; staff turnover; regional strategy; financial sustainability; regional participation; corrective action; financing mechanism; regional market; regulatory function; Political Economy; geothermal investments; regional context; sustainable financing; firm commitment; telecom service; regulatory priority; targeted training; geothermal development; draft agreement; core functions; regional advisory; consulting service; Consulting services; cost sharing; treaty negotiation; regional electricity; regulatory entity; public confidence; power utilities; consulting contract; project indicator; energy market; investment climate; energy resource; power utility; Indicator Target; dispute arising; budget fund; supervision cost; regulatory work; gender tag; gender balance; National Institutions; regulatory capacity; electricity bill; parent company; unintended outcomes; geothermal sector; excess energy; driving force; energy mix; legal standing; Regulatory Bodies; outreach program; loan implementation; adequate supervision; consultancy service; enhancing competitiveness; distribution company; contractual condition; financial feasibility; small country; performance rating; procurement staff; permit fee; procurement performance; procurement issue; analytical study; intermediate indicator; daily operation; national bodies; national budget; geothermal electricity; energy diversification; electrical utility; energy security; operational efficiency; national policy; supply reliability; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; legislative framework; investment framework; efficient regulation; efficiency improvement; incumbent utility; fuel choice; electricity companies; sector structure; Economic Policy; Independent States; small economy; regulatory certainty; energy committee; Public Utilities; infrastructure sector; regulatory power; electricity trade; policy priority; exclusive license; electricity supplier; private electricity

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Granada and St. Lucia - Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Authority (ECERA) Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/300631563296549468/Granada-and-St-Lucia-Eastern-Caribbean-Energy-Regulatory-Authority-ECERA-Project