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Mongolia - Renewable Energy for Rural Electricity Access Project (English)

Ratings for the Renewable Energy for Rural Electricity Access Project for Mongolia were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, Global Environment Objective (GEO) outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was moderate, the risk to GEO outcome was moderate, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the Borrower performance was also satisfactory. There were four lessons learned: 1) Transfer of international experience should be done with appropriate adaptations. 2) Team should have flexibility to change based on evidence on the ground. 3) There must be a balance between cost recovery and affordability. 4) Focus is needed on institutional aspects of Soum center electrification.

Details

  • Document Date

    2012/12/17

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    ICR2151

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mongolia,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2013/01/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mongolia - Renewable Energy for Rural Electricity Access Project

  • Keywords

    Regulation and Competition Policy;extension of closing date;institutional capacity building;reliability of electricity services;Access to Electricity;mini grid;partial cost recovery;emission of carbon;quality at entry;assessment of outcome;assessment of risk;hybrid system;renewable energy resource;rural electrification strategy;Renewable Energy Policy;Solar Home System;renewable energy technologies;degree of penetration;quantity of electricity;general education sector;quality of supervision;outputs by components;diesel fuel consumption;poor cost recovery;Market based economy;rural electrification program;public sector effectiveness;public service provider;lack of ownership;Financial Management System;number of beneficiaries;access to shops;sense of ownership;source of electricity;wind turbine system;history and culture;state owned enterprise;disaster risk management;rural electrification sector;international donor community;rural electrification effort;shortage of funds;international good practice;capacity building component;rural power sector;energy sector policy;herder population;bulk procurement;outcome indicator;beneficiary survey;improved service;co2 emission;business opportunity;nomadic herder;grid rehabilitation;electricity access;result indicator;kerosene lamp;electrical appliance;effective subsidy;battery disposal;power utilities;global environment;grid connection;primary author;international standard;institution building;bulk purchase;innovative feature;recovered fund;national grid;financial analysis;rural electricity;rapid appraisal;power utility;positive impact;utility operator;satellite dishes;sample survey;random selection;anecdotal evidence;physical achievement;financing agreement;alternative household;light source;replacement cost;investment program;core objectives;quantitative assessment;social impact;increase productivity;million people;environmental benefit;advance agreement;battery recycling;mitigation measure;absorptive capacity;consumer electronics;household appliance;rural population;washing machine;gender aspect;household level;increased supply;significant challenge;medical workers;retail market;strategic focus;strategic objective;public administrator;tariff reform;travel distance;rural networks;informed choice;product information;commercial basis;financing capacity;documentary video;institutional change;funding support;remote region;risk assessment;timely access;monitoring plan;sector programs;market information;natural hazard;livestock management;commercial market;inflation rate;rural area;commercial institution;diesel generator;frequent interruption;diesel supply;mongolian tugrik;rural village;delivery mechanism;targeted subsidy;performance performance;public entity;train activity;disbursement profile;extensive rehabilitation;demand growth;photovoltaic system;legal action;utility policy;quality requirement;tariff structure;rapid change;institutional framework;battery life;diesel plant;Macroeconomic Stability;intermediate outcome;solar system;community participation;risk perception;government enterprise;donor funding;grant financing;extensive consultation;operational problems;performance data;financial rate;market economy;local utility;utility management;implicit subsidy;electricity consumer;tariff policy;tariff study;electrical supply;utility performance;public power;regulatory tool;energy management;diesel generation;external funding;business planning;program development;project costing;acquisition cost;government commitment;nomadic lifestyle;livestock price;frozen meat;fresh meat;financial statement;legal system;information access;donor finance;survey population;contracting procedure;satisfactory manner;weather condition;direct contracting;net provision;potential buyers;private operator;cost sharing;external events;

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Mongolia - Renewable Energy for Rural Electricity Access Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/895171468274260941/Mongolia-Renewable-Energy-for-Rural-Electricity-Access-Project