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Mali - Household energy strategy : Mali - Strategie pour l'energie domestique (French)

This report concerns a domestic energy sector strategy study for Mali, which was carried out in conjunction with the joint UNDP/World Bank Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme (ESMAP). To prepare the sector strategy study, various surveys were undertaken: notably household surveys in Bamako, Segou, Mopti, Koutiala and Gao; and a survey of the Malian informal sector. Further information gathered included measurements of consumption levels of woodfuels; tests of various machinery used to produce energy; meetings with selected groups of energy consumers; and surveys of wood and charcoal producing areas. The report serves as a tool for determining the demand and supply of domestic energy needs, principally in Malian urban areas, and identifies the interventions necessary to resolve those problems. The report concludes with a description of household energy strategy and evaluates its costs, benefits, risks and impacts on the economy and the environment.

Details

  • Document Date

    1992/03/01

  • Document Type

    ESMAP Paper

  • Report Number

    ESM147

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mali,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mali - Strategie pour l'energie domestique

  • Keywords

    energy sector management assistance;consumption;financial internal rate of return;rural area;access to energy service;per capita energy consumption;total final energy demand;monitoring and evaluation system;energy consumption in households;household energy sector;wood resource;Natural Resource Management;petroleum product consumption;per capita consumption;Balance of Trade;management of forest;household energy strategy;cost of gas;social and institutional;standard of living;private sector initiative;cost of transport;exploitation of resource;access to water;capita per year;natural resource protection;supply of petroleum;household energy consumption;public sector resource;large hydroelectric potential;participation of woman;population growth rate;annual debt service;land management activities;total energy consumption;market penetration rate;forest resource management;residential energy consumption;economies of scale;Access to Electricity;source income;source of income;petroleum product price;primary cooking fuel;economic reform program;energy resource;urban consumer;charcoal production;consumption level;energy balance;petroleum fuel;strategy implementation;urban population;dead wood;household sector;wood consumption;household fuel;household survey;informal sector;rural population;base case;rural community;household budget;modern fuel;financial constraint;wood supply;forestry resource;dietary habits;household use;foreign trade;wood stove;wood producers;firewood consumption;productive activity;petroleum import;ecological zone;Population Density;tax collection;land use;fiscal framework;parastatal organizations;exploitation area;forest reserve;environmental damage;energy expenditure;urban household;financial benefit;charcoal use;petroleum distributor;access route;annual revenue;agricultural biomass;national forest;kerosene use;primary fuel;field work;fiscal revenue;distribution network;national resource;consumption rate;firewood stoves;price decontrol;forestry sector;investment need;wood market;supply network;monitoring compliance;management regulation;coordinated action;substitute fuel;credit mechanism;energy product;cross subsidy;forest exploitation;retail outlet;small producer;agricultural activity;action framework;energy need;water heating;average consumption;energy intensities;traditional use;household size;small family;daily consumption;eating habits;traditional eating;energy intensity;Rural Sector;forested regions;export earning;export earnings;large dam;socio-economic context;environmental sector;monitoring function;electricity subsector;national power;power station;regional power;fiscal measure;single tax;National Treasury;price structure;household expenditure;poor household;modern life;environmental pressure;calorific value;energy problem;middle class;female population;total tax;urban assets;small craftsman;industrial company;surface area;foreign country;forestry management;forestry product;hydro resources;political activities;large town;future trends;urban woman;productive use;forested areas;environmental risk;rice husk;donor interest;finance strategy;bilateral aid;production area;field survey;primary source;direct investment;increased imports;fiscal impact;tax level;financial rate;retail price;lower-income household;price effect;cooking stove;secondary city;energy equipment;tax differentials;legal text;small credit;village lands;personnel cost;subsequent years;national budget;charcoal stove;kerosene stove;gas stove;small power;rural level;local management;private initiative;agricultural production;farming technique;large debt;rural dweller;national economy;electric service;rural land;financial situation;affordable energy;smaller number;potential investor;sound energy;cooperative effort;standing trees;energy reserve;agricultural residue;urban dweller;commercial production;financial circumstance;farming income;power production;subsequent section;degraded forests;rural collectives;agricultural sector;Health Service

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Mali - Household energy strategy : Mali - Strategie pour l'energie domestique (French). Activity completion report,no. ESM 147 92. Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/749471468283185137/Mali-Strategie-pour-lenergie-domestique