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Myanmar - Beyond Connections : Energy Access Diagnostic Report Based on the Multi-Tier Framework (English)

The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service levels experienced by households.

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  • Author

    Koo,Bonsuk, Yoo,Han Kyul, Keller,Sandra Ofelia, Rysankova,Dana, Portale,Elisa

  • Document Date

    2019/05/01

  • Document Type

    ESMAP Paper

  • Report Number

    141682

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/09/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Myanmar - Beyond Connections : Energy Access Diagnostic Report Based on the Multi-Tier Framework

  • Keywords

    hours of service per day; electric stove; female-headed household; Access to Electricity; energy sector management assistance; household use; distribution of household; no access to electricity; male head of household; local availability of fuel; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; complete primary education; primary source of electricity; transmission and distribution network; regional burden of disease; access to grid electricity; connected household; rural area; biomass stove; clean fuel; urban household; traditional stove; indoor air pollution; Solar Home System; amount of electricity; solar solution; liquefied petroleum gas; primary energy source; rechargeable battery; public awareness campaign; grid electricity supply; energy for all; female household member; analysis of poverty; living standard measurement; quality of energy; measure of use; indoor air quality; electric water heater; technical assistance program; least developed country; data collection activity; expenditures on fuel; average exchange rate; Access to Energy; source heat; quality control system; renewable energy source; primary cooking fuel; use of electricity; positive health benefits; source of financing; benefits of access; distribution of expenditure; information on product; impact on health; gap in access; quantity of electricity; adverse health impact; compact fluorescent lamp; demand for electricity; solar power system; adverse pregnancy outcome; lack of interest; lack of awareness; gastopower; environmental health perspective; ischemic heart disease; electric power generation; consumption of electricity; millennium development goal; geographic information system; energy access; solid fuel; electricity access; household head; solar device; expenditure quintile; national grid; solar product; household expenditure; grid connection; monthly expenditure; fuel use; solar lantern; payment plan; sampling strategy; exclusive use; load level; nonsampling error; gender analysis; household cooking; enumeration area; mini grid; survey implementation; combustion chamber; electricity service; electricity tariff; space heater; standard error; energy solutions; biomass fuel; grid infrastructure; electrification plan; Grid Electrification; sample design; fuel collection; solar light; charcoal stove; fuel type; development partner; response rate; penetration rate; electricity source; crop residue; washing machine; plant biomass; lighting systems; limited capacity; minimum requirement; financing option; coal briquette; consumer awareness; water pump; network expansion; prevalence rate; village tract; energy policies; targeted subsidy; household financial; household fall; electricity connection; census data; public grid; air conditioner; color television; regulatory indicator; informal connection; primary electricity; sample household; new connections; laboratory testing; primary fuel; disaggregated analysis; Time of Use; grid access; household survey; household ownership; children of ages; exhaust system; random sample; rural location; grid densification; biomass cooking; adult woman; supply side; population parameter; innovative business; socioeconomic development; electric service; enhancing access; household distribution; rural village; government balance; open fire; field operations; traditional biomass; combustion temperature; smaller one; cultural practice; living condition; generation capacity; random selection; ambient air; high energy; household access; household interview; sewing machine; vacuum cleaner; electric appliance; national population; non-governmental organization; air cooler; basic consumption; bottom quintile; energy data; solar penetration; grid solution; back up; burning stove; efficient fuels; advanced materials; fluorescent tube; user preference; combustion gas; power outage; consumer perception; internal combustion; primarily use; historical data; peak capacity; laryngeal cancer; lung disease; low birthweight; lower-income household

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Citation

Koo,Bonsuk Yoo,Han Kyul Keller,Sandra Ofelia Rysankova,Dana Portale,Elisa

Myanmar - Beyond Connections : Energy Access Diagnostic Report Based on the Multi-Tier Framework (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/312751568213372366/Myanmar-Beyond-Connections-Energy-Access-Diagnostic-Report-Based-on-the-Multi-Tier-Framework