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Egypt - Clean technology fund investment plan (Inglês)

This Clean Technology Fund (CTF) investment plan, agreed among and owned by the Government of Egypt, the World Bank, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and International Finance Corporation (IFC), is a proposal for the use of CTF resources in Egypt, including a potential pipeline of projects and notional resource envelopes. The key development objectives of the Government of Egypt (GOE) are the "achievement of high and sustainable gross domestic product (GDP) growth" and the "alleviation of poverty and attenuation of income disparities". The growth-enhancing potential of the private sector is to be harnessed through improving the business climate across a broad range of policies while the complementary role of the public sector is to be strengthened through enhancing the provision of public services such as infrastructure, education, and macroeconomic stability, among others. This report is organized as follows: the first chapter of the report presents the country and sector context. The second chapter describes the priority sectors for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction in energy sector and transport sector. The third chapter describes the rationale for selected sector for CTF co-financing in renewable energy, and urban transport sector. The fourth chapter of the report describes the enabling policy and regulatory environment in wind power, and transport. The fifth chapter presents the implementation potential and risk assessment in wind power and transport. The sixth and final chapter of the report presents the financial plan and instruments.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2009/01/19

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    48220

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Egito, República Árabe do

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Egypt - Clean technology fund investment plan

  • Palavras-chave

    Risks and Mitigation Measures;Wind Power;wind power development;increase in energy demand;marginal abatement cost curve;public-private partnership;improvements in energy efficiency;impact of climate variability;impact of land use;domestic natural gas production;commitment to energy efficiency;price of natural gas;cost of wind power;total primary energy consumption;growth in energy use;urban transport infrastructure;supply of transport service;small and medium enterprise;urban transport sector;mass transit system;urban transport system;Electricity;conflicts of interest;renewable energy technologies;energy price reform;renewable energy development;thermal power plant;passengers per day;wind energy development;conventional power generation;availability of fund;power purchase agreement;wind resource;local production;energy subsidies;power sector development;transport sector emission;source of financing;inland waterway transport;safety net mechanism;natural gas demand;alleviation of poverty;green house gas;primary energy supply;primary energy demand;private sector response;global financial crisis;greenhouse gas emission;wind turbine tower;renewable energy capacity;annual emission reduction;supply of power;renewable energy resource;natural gas use;electricity production cost;Affordability to Pay;mass transport system;cost effective options;gasoline price increase;urban transport finance;foreign currency risk;sustainable urban transport;public sector operator;public sector investment;passenger transport service;light rail transit;price of gasoline;independent power producer;public transport trip;mode of travel;wind energy technology;cabinet of minister;third party access;demand for service;cost reduction measure;Urban Transport Policy;Resettlement Policy Framework;high accident rate;transmission and distribution;domestic gas demand;energy efficiency agency;power generation expansion;demand for electricity;consumption of fossil;size of population;infrastructure and facilities;fossil fuel consumption;efficient transportation system;public passenger transport;pace of urbanization;hard fiscal constraint;natural gas pipeline;demand for energy;energy efficiency measure;urban road capacity;average retail tariff;liquefied petroleum gas;hydro power plant;global environmental benefits;thermal generation plants;energy efficient lighting;Local Economic Development;climate change mitigation;electricity distribution company;efficiency of infrastructure;consumption of electricity;wind power plant;energy intensity;energy intensities;Clean Technology;Energy Sector;electricity tariff;metropolitan region;co2 emission;high capital;fuel switching;electricity sector;transmission infrastructure;installed capacity;transportation sector;carbon intensity;social objective;public transportation mode;funding mechanism;regulatory environment;subsidy scheme;total energy;social impact;transmission network;public financing;business environment;sustainable financing;funding capacity;competitive bidding;electricity price;local capacity;wind capacity;energy need;transmission company;shared taxis;hotel sector;Solar Power;institutional assessment;fuel combustion;trip time;energy generation;donor collaboration;gas prices;generation companies;government plan;conservation plan;industrial consumer;government body;government's vision;operational entity;tariff restructuring;carbon mass;bus operator;financial barrier;suburban railway;freight operation;gross income;metropolitan area;internal transport;road transport;Population Growth;foreign partner;government's objectives;mitigation option;market condition;developmental impact;international donor;industrial infrastructure;market reform;private developer;tariff reform;currency devaluation;performance benchmarking;hydro potential;solar resource;demand management;state support;turbine component;charge policy;engineering design;large-scale infrastructure;bus replacement;government's commitment;transportation program;local company

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