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Nepal - Grid Solar and Energy Efficiency Project : indigenous people and vulnerable community planning framework (English)

The development objectives of the Grid Solar and Energy Efficiency Project for Nepal are to: (i) increase grid power supply through installation of solar power generation facility; and (ii) improve Nepal electricity authority's (NEA's) financial performance through distribution system, loss reduction, and financial restructuring. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: (1) implementing design-preconstruction phase before the actual project implementation to avoid potential impacts in the project design, technical specifications, and contract documentations; (2) installing solar farms on NEA property and to the extent possible encroached area will be avoided to minimize adverse social impacts; and (3) carrying out social screening in the project sites to identify any adverse social impact and presence of indigenous community.

Details

  • Document Date

    2014/06/01

  • Document Type

    Indigenous Peoples Plan

  • Report Number

    IPP727

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Nepal,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2014/06/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nepal - Grid Solar and Energy Efficiency Project : indigenous people and vulnerable community planning framework

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;environmental and social management;Environmental and Social Safeguard;environment and social management;solar farm;solar power generation;operation and maintenance cost;transmission and distribution system;Occupational health and safety;cost of energy supply;independent power producer;conservation area;built structure;summer months;monsoon rains;natural forest;flood plain;adverse environmental impact;grievance redress mechanism;law and regulation;hydropower generation capacity;accelerated economic growth;grid power supply;power generation facility;international poverty line;adverse social impact;information and communication;supply of spare;provision of access;capacity building program;Resettlement Policy Framework;disruption of service;high voltage transmission;annual tariff adjustment;investment and development;access to facility;social and environmental;greenhouse gas emission;human resource capacity;human resource management;project affected persons;negative environmental impact;construction and operation;rural electrification plan;kv transmission line;power distribution system;debt service obligation;acquisition of land;foreign exchange risk;power purchase agreement;wind energy resource;Social Assessment;distribution line;loss reduction;social issue;social screening;line length;financial restructuring;dry season;construction work;land area;reservoir area;water resource;agricultural land;public consultation;solar radiation;kv line;land use;indigenous people;Indigenous Peoples;site management;load shedding;communication strategy;land property;mitigation measure;information dissemination;involuntary resettlement;hydropower potential;settlement pattern;grid connection;solar electricity;monsoon months;river type;generation system;external monitoring;power shortage;protected area;power crisis;project intervention;medium voltage;energy crisis;storage facility;Property management;physical environment;Waste Management;construction phase;vegetation cover;site selection;natural habitat;political transition;wildlife reserve;procurement official;social concern;land survey;surface runoff;cultural impact;field survey;social consequence;rural setting;exclusion criteria;electro-mechanical equipment;stakeholder consultation;small Works;prefeasibility study;institutional requirements;social policies;social policy;environmental degradation;environmental aspect;safeguard policy;gender action;Safeguard Policies;consultative meeting;border line;voltage drop;tariff study;dry months;forested land;standing trees;high power;wet season;distribution area;small trees;social outcome;feeder line;solar panel;commercial loss;installed capacity;electricity theft;financial impact;short distance;energy loss;distribution business;pricing policy;accountability mechanism;positive return;civil works;safeguard screen;polychlorinated biphenyl;social planning;gender analysis;electrical grid;project costing;labor camp;proposal preparation;vulnerable group;project impact;hydro resources;external developments;electricity sector;social setting;legal opinion;applicable law;mitigation plans;cultural significance;unused land;scientific services;resettlement assistance;internal monitoring;qualitative method;capacity strengthening;important component;project identification;indigenous communities;indigenous community;land acquisition;government functionary;field visits;soft loan;commercial enterprise;field study;primary beneficiaries;barren land;regulatory regime;image interpretation;components design;concerned institution;gender parity;heritage site;fragile environment;cultural property;Bank Policies;Maternal Mortality;regulatory requirement;surrounding community;monitoring mechanism;legal framework;gender development;retail tariff;winter season;large hydropower;informal vendor;peak demand;export revenue;domestic growth;bamboo clump;cumulative effect;affordable electricity;construction supervision;level analysis

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Nepal - Grid Solar and Energy Efficiency Project : indigenous people and vulnerable community planning framework (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/365271468297315374/Nepal-Grid-Solar-and-Energy-Efficiency-Project-indigenous-people-and-vulnerable-community-planning-framework