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2010 annual report (English)

Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) provides advice to countries seeking energy solutions in this complex and rapidly changing terrain. It provides methodologies countries can use to analyze their current energy resource endowments and consumption patterns, as well as identify potential energy sources. The program also acts as a broker, connecting world-class experts with decision makers charged with charting new energy paths. This year, a review of ESMAP's portfolio provided a scorecard on results and impacts on activities carried out since fiscal year 2009: 1) ESMAP has supported more than 200 analytical and advisory activities, with about US$50 million in grants disbursed; 2) seventy ESMAP activities influenced about US$16 billion in World Bank Group (WBG) financing for energy projects in developing countries; and 3) over 30 countries developed energy strategies, policies, institutions, or new legislation and regulations based on analyses and recommendations provided by 38 ESMAP activities. Over the past year, we have focused on building longer-term strategic partnerships with countries and regions to achieve 'win-win-win' energy solutions that are at once pro-poor, pro growth, and climate-resilient.

Details

  • Document Date

    2010/01/01

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    63221

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2011/07/15

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    2010 annual report

  • Keywords

    Energy;Energy Sector;Access to Electricity;impact of climate change;renewable source of energy;Analytical and Advisory Activities;monitoring and evaluation system;action on climate change;regional power;power sector investment;renewable energy technologies;energy development;renewable energy capacity;renewable energy source;renewable energy alternative;competitive electricity market;long-term energy security;gender and energy;renewable power capacity;credit market condition;modern energy service;city case study;Access to Energy;emissions in transport;renewable energy deployment;supply of electricity;concentrated solar power;mobilization of funds;technical assistance program;support energy;Oil & Gas;Oil and Gas;power sector reform;agriculture and forestry;competitive power market;Energy Sector Reform;balance of payment;Electricity Sector Reform;residential lighting program;renewable energy program;shortage of funds;photovoltaic solar power;rural electrification fund;access to information;volatile energy price;security of supply;electricity market law;renewable power generation;fossil fuel price;global energy demand;decentralized service delivery;collaboration with governments;Natural Resource Management;renewable portfolio standard;national electric utility;higher interest rate;impact of service;energy access;vulnerability assessment;Wind Power;financial review;Energy Projects;energy policies;solar light;energy system;energy solutions;rural area;development path;lighting market;regulatory environment;sustainable energy;energy assessment;system operation;public lighting;national energy;investment operation;gender sensitivity;core functions;portfolio review;social impact;rising demand;knowledge gap;credit crunch;living standard;transmission line;energy metering;grid management;market design;market management;capacity measure;supply security;regulatory work;commercial loss;debt level;future option;public expenditure;real value;international examples;national stakeholder;meter option;primary household;power shortage;evaluation technique;transmission grid;wind generation;demand analysis;timely access;electricity coverage;hydropower potential;energy problem;project sponsor;funding gap;wholesale market;urban population;external expert;price outlook;Learning and Innovation Credit;auction proces;mental issues;settlement system;carbon source;crop waste;marginal price;water value;market operation;competitive market;wood burning;incorporate gender;smart energy;innovative capacity;eradicating poverty;market regulator;global effort;electricity distribution;Gender Equality;regional operation;increased risks;commercial lender;enabling environment;energy lending;program objectives;gender analysis;capital constraint;gender activities;capital base;Gender Inequality;gender inequalities;gender aspect;effect model;reserve requirement;rural livelihood;integration scheme;private investment;debt capital;corporate bond;market barrier;guarantee requirement;local initiative;institutional form;power energy;large consumer;Public Services;grid connection;health clinics;public building;electricity access;development partner;policy option;analytical capacity;collaborative effort;international level;regional assessment;vacant land;extensive consultation;carbon footprint;local manufacturers;production cost;affordable electricity;existing barrier;incentive scheme;regulatory change;payment technology;investment program;selection criterion;annual investment;financial crisis;short maturity;private investor;potential energy;energy pricing;energy-intensive industry;global knowledge;infrastructure financing;global recession;climate impact;energy resource;strategic partnerships;electric light;essential services;safe childbirth;innovative program;access gap;energy initiative;transparent legal;publicprivate partnerships;energy futures;climate variability;energy investment;load shedding;regional transmission;increased investment;domestic product;complementary resource

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2010 annual report (English). Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/408911468331735129/2010-annual-report