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Philippines - Electric Cooperative System Loss Reduction Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2003/06/02

  • Document Type

    GEF Project Brief

  • Report Number

    26019

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Philippines,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Philippines - Electric Cooperative System Loss Reduction Project

  • Keywords

    department of environment;resettlement and rehabilitation;barriers to energy efficiency investment;minimum debt service coverage ratio;local commercial bank;energy efficiency improvement;rural power sector;Environmental and Social Impact;Environmental and Social Safeguard;preparation of bidding documents;environmental assessment and management;debt service reserve fund;investment in energy efficiency;access to commercial lending;loan guarantee facility;guarantee program;public sector financing;rural electric cooperative;public sector funding;greenhouse gas emission;global environment facility;removal of barrier;local financial institution;loan guarantee program;private sector management;private investment;project rationale;good business practice;collateral for loan;global environmental benefits;incentives for efficiency;financially viable entities;competitive power sector;competitive electricity market;Energy Sector Reform;private sector investor;rural power supply;internal cash generation;end-use energy efficiency;Access to Electricity;support for investment;Finance & Procurement;debt service payment;financial risk exposure;geographic information system;financial performance ratio;social safeguard policy;line of defense;adaptable program loan;private sector funding;power distribution system;fossil fuel power;rates of return;barrier to financing;allocation of resource;procurement of consultant;transfer of ownership;reduced air pollution;electricity distribution utility;rural infrastructure service;access to fund;incentives for investment;project finance requirement;independent power producer;electric power sector;public sector lending;project cash flow;climate change mitigation;power sector restructuring;technical assistance program;energy efficiency programs;power sector reform;rural electrification experience;term debt;energy service companies;energy service company;access to financing;private investor;efficiency gain;potential investor;rural area;private finance;loss reduction;commercial lender;remote area;risk sharing;credit enhancement;incremental cost;operational efficiency;commercial loan;public financing;term financing;term loan;high tariff;political interference;commercial financing;risk capital;subsidy policy;appraisal method;financial self-sufficiency;technical expertise;donor funding;finance strategy;system improvement;distribution network;debt finance;performance requirement;Business Policy;long-term contract;affordable financing;power system;electricity service;business model;improved service;financing mechanism;contingent financing;commercial investment;claim payment;operational structure;system efficiency;pilot program;loan application;subsequent phase;private funding;guarantee fund;eligibility criterion;financial restructuring;commercial funding;performance contract;efficient operation;reserve account;loan term;collateral requirement;quantitative estimate;financial problem;moral hazard;investor interest;national energy;concession model;extensive consultation;domestic capital;remedial action;target market;environmental screening;Management Systems;remuneration package;private company;power quality;natural habitat;local law;system operation;competitive service;fiscal prudence;retroactive financing;existing debt;regulatory requirement;franchise area;project costing;business incentives;monthly reports;fuel import;off-grid electrification;financial benefit;competitive bidding;community involvement;financial analysis;energy conservation;procurement issue;conservation policy;commercial operation;government initiative;baseline scenario;investment proposal;payment arrears;community representative;contractual provision;credit line;equity capital;guarantee support;operational performance;Bank Credit;commercial term;management improvement;marginal creditworthiness;financial mechanism;supply shortages;annex annex;perceived risk;access barrier;monitoring indicator;investment process;financing requirement

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Philippines - Electric Cooperative System Loss Reduction Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/379321468776416135/Philippines-Electric-Cooperative-System-Loss-Reduction-Project