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Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) annual report 2015 (Inglês)

The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) annual report 2015 takes a comprehensive look at ESMAP`s programs, activities, and results for fiscal year (FY) 2015. The first chapter highlights the work for the year, followed by chapters each giving an overview of FY2015 activities and results in ESMAP’s main program areas: clean energy, energy access, energy efficient cities, and energy assessments and strategies. The report also includes sections on special initiatives such as the small island developing states (SIDS) DOCK support program for small island developing states; the Africa Renewable Energy and Access Program (AFREA); Gender and Social Inclusion in the Energy Sector; and Results-Based Approaches to energy sector development. Chapter ten covers Asia Sustainable and Alternative Energy Program (ASTAE) developments for the FY, including regional and country-specific highlights and achievements. The final chapter (chapter eleven) provides a financial overview of the three energy trust funds covered by the report: ESMAP, ASTAE, and SIDS DOCK. The annexes to the annual report include proceedings of the trust fund donor meetings; ESMAP; and ASTAE results, including outcomes and outputs achieved and World Bank Group operations informed; a list of completed, new, and ongoing activities; and publications completed during the FY.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2015/12/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Anual

  • No. do relatório

    102512

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/01/07

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) annual report 2015

  • Palavras-chave

    access to modern cooking fuels;Federal Ministry of Finance;national rural energy;convention on climate change;vulnerability to climate change;reliability of energy supply;transmission and distribution system;renewable energy power generation;consumption of energy;technical assistance program;gender and energy;Access to Energy;renewable energy potential;district heating sector;wind power potential;Access to Electricity;Science and Technology;exchange of knowledge;private sector resource;high growth rate;geothermal power plant;impact on health;cost of travel;fossil fuel subsidy;Open Data Initiative;modern energy service;consultative group meeting;analytical and advisory;threats to biodiversity;integrated catchment management;Agricultural Value Chain;land and water;hydropower development;disaster risk management;consortium of university;global energy mix;direct technical assistance;improving energy;impact of climate;earth observation data;natural disaster risk;domestic renewable energy;wind energy resource;power generation investment;electricity generation company;independent power producer;solar power generation;support to bank;innovative financing mechanism;concentrated solar power;Solar Home System;management and administration;data collection activity;cost of capital;energy sector development;power transmission network;energy access;geothermal development;measuring station;geothermal exploration;market condition;power system;national energy;pricing policy;knowledge exchange;screening tool;climate resilience;energy tariff;Advisory services;wind map;small hydropower;legal framework;energy assessment;spatial planning;geothermal resource;client needs;energy subsidies;oil price;energy development;Clean Energy;regional initiative;global initiative;sustainable energy;business model;geothermal sector;government thinking;billion people;enabling environment;collected information;multilateral institution;solid fuel;regulatory issue;global coalition;transmission asset;technical expertise;market development;energy strategies;urban heat;power network;clean fuel;biomass stove;asset valuation;grid electricity;regional power;awareness raising;qualitative analysis;Population Growth;informal agreement;policy planning;increased investment;regulatory challenge;animal dung;crop waste;Global Engagement;burn fuel;traditional fuel;ministerial regulation;conceptual model;wind speed;donor agencies;insurance companies;public building;water productivity;regional needs;power utilities;power utility;management capability;component part;energy planning;extreme weather;basic structure;online tool;wind potential;street light;solar irradiation;hydropower site;fuel price;Spring Meeting;mining industry;development partner;electricity utilities;administrative function;emerging technology;small island;delivery model;overhead cost;global knowledge;distribution infrastructure;urban energy;livability city;livable city;power grids;Regional Studies;energy storage;forest enterprise;demand response;practical knowledge;energy source;water resource;local livelihoods;pump storage;Social Protection;scarce water;capital requirement;research funding;study estimate;future hydropower;wind generation;electricity grid;energy intensity;energy intensities;enhancing access;funding requirements;incomplete market;Strategic Initiatives;transport vehicle;national utility;electricity cooperative;nature conservation;resource mapping;energy security;energy portfolio;investment lending;winter energy;government share;international expert;social inclusion;financial review;global development;geothermal drilling;wasteful energy;heating fuel;market design;independent opinion;grid technologies;power subsidy;Public Services;traditional biomass;government capacity;oecd countries;market integration;market reform;high energy;new guinea;accommodation costs;legal consultant;drill site;access road;public-private partnership;collaborative process;loan facility;brazilian experience;system operator

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