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Cameroon - Energy Sector Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2008/06/04

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB3946

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Cameroon,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Cameroon - Energy Sector Development Project

  • Keywords

    Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment;legal and regulatory framework;Environmental and Social Safeguard;rural electrification master plan;preparation of bidding documents;quality of public expenditures;development of natural resources;millennium development goal;access to the sea;large hydro power plant;policy and structural reform;modern sources of energy;Environmental and Social Impact;Resettlement Policy Framework;rural energy fund;Energy Projects;capacity building component;national energy strategy;rural energy strategy;rural electrification program;international good practice;Access to Electricity;rural electrification scheme;natural resource endowment;trained labor force;Public Financial Management;choice of technology;panel of expert;improvement in governance;transfer of knowledge;public investment program;cost of finance;poverty alleviation strategy;large electricity consumer;investments in power;net present value;transmission and distribution;competitive bidding process;rural electrification strategy;call for bids;Annual Investment program;source of energy;private energy;sale of electricity;Standard Bidding Documents;rural energy access;cost of service;evaluation of proposals;Electricity Sector Reform;project preparation documents;investment climate assessment;transfer of competence;availability of fund;heavy fuel oil;impact of investments;hydro power generation;local currency loan;hydro power potential;effectiveness of investments;finance and planning;energy sector institutions;local currency financing;population at large;energy sector development;energy sector investment;cost of water;rural area;debt relief;safeguard policy;natural habitat;Safeguard Policies;increased access;social studies;commercial bank;power supply;social study;international standard;generation capacity;community participation;investment subsidies;public consultation;institutional framework;rural population;aluminum industry;syndicated loan;private operator;cultural property;involuntary resettlement;Indigenous Peoples;adequate capacity;project execution;safeguard issue;demand growth;regional equity;power shortage;energy service;power utility;power utilities;consultancy service;consumer base;high capital;mineral reserve;regulatory governance;scheme will;adequate maintenance;government plan;procurement process;financial decision;external training;communication strategy;dry season;civil society;project selection;Environmental Assessment;long-term sustainability;energy investment;employment creation;buying power;budget allocation;sustainable way;investment planning;electricity price;social dimension;plant capacity;local bank;financial specialist;contractual framework;energy need;concession area;grant funding;efficient operation;water reservoir;storage capacity;house connection;gas resource;power consumption;poverty threshold;real gdp;fair electricity;financing mechanism;bilingual population;living condition;international initiative;fiscal space;Fiduciary procedure;energy product;Business Climate;anticorruption measure;budget contributions;basin management;project risk;off-grid electrification;affordable energy;foreign currency;hydropower potential;strategic partner;quality improvement;accelerating growth;Fiscal Sustainability;installed capacity;historical growth;improved regulation;water flow;storage cost;thermal capacity;hydro capacity;institution building;power system;institutional review;dam site;country survey;corruption rating;institutional responsibilities;private investment;manufacturing sector;oil sector;oil revenue;inefficient tax;energy expansion;monitoring compliance;affected communities;precautionary principle;social screening;technology standard;competitive award;continuous basis;study including;administrative management;consumer protection;generation investment;electricity law;technical expert;concerned institution;financing source;train activity;dam safety;

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Cameroon - Energy Sector Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/863931468239365141/Cameroon-Energy-Sector-Development-Project