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Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) Annual Report 2021 (Inglês)

During this period, ESMAP focused its efforts on addressing three compounded challenges facing developing countries: the COVID crisis; the urgent need to decarbonize; and achieving universal access to electricity. To assist clients with their COVID-19 response and recovery, ESMAP supported the sustainable electrification of health facilities, the provision of climate-friendly cold chains, and the establishment of a relief fund for off-grid solar companies in Africa. ESMAP’s activities to accelerate the global transition to low-carbon energy and to secure universal access to energy have centered on the just transition away from coal, and ways to support the rapid deployment of renewables, including mobilization of climate finance through initiatives such as the Cooling Facility and the Sustainable Renewables Risk Mitigation Initiative (SRMI). In addition to the dynamic response to these critical global issues, ESMAP has carried on its fundamental role in implementing its business plan based on client demand.

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  • Autor

    ESMAP

  • Data do documento

    2021/12/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório Anual

  • No. do relatório

    167295

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2021/12/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) Annual Report 2021

  • Palavras-chave

    Gender-Based Violence; Carbon Capture Use and Storage; intergovernmental panel on climate change; access to modern energy service; population with access to electricity; million people; closing gender gap; Energy Sector; female labor force participation; market for energy service; gender gap in access; women in power; united nations general assembly; renewable source of energy; public sector investment program; energy transition; cold chain; energy for all; health facility; energy access; energy subsidies; billion people; dominant energy source; cold storage facility; analytical and advisory; Access to Energy; sustainable energy policy; collected data; use energy; cost of energy; promoting gender equality; global temperature rise; ton of coal; Connectivity and Trade; producer of coal; functioning electricity market; energy storage technology; development over time; fossil fuel subsidy; support to utilities; delivery of energy; geographic information system; renewable energy investment; voice and agency; control of asset; impact of climate; knowledge on gender; access to information; energy sector policy; credit risk assessment; private sector1; financing activities; number of women; people without electricity; capacity building support; clean energy future; mini grid; vaccine storage; coal-fired power; coal mine; new business; health care facilities; electrification strategy; solar system; results framework; supply chain; external stakeholder; global electricity; value chain; Power Market; job loss; Global Warming; financial innovation; positive impact; national grid; woman entrepreneur; battery energy; private investment; mining land; technological advancement; business model; financial review; economic recovery; distributed energy; innovative solution; offshore wind; active portfolio; battery storage; energy data; energy solutions; financial sustainability; climate finance; demand management; productive use; gender program; Fuel Subsidies; electricity access; coal plant; Boosting Growth; industrial enterprise; parallel financing; Energy Projects; female workforce; solar sector; Public Facilities; knowledge platform; pandemic response; private finance; career development; electrification plan; information gap; development partner; hydropower program; clean water; digital economy; public building; commercial bank; Fragile Countries; business practice; response activity; financial stress; health emergency; financial inclusion; supply side; regional electricity; carbon emission; skill development; trading mechanism; sex-disaggregated data; market incentive; regional market; low-income household; co2 emission; storage hydropower; energy utility; external financing; first edition; solid fuel; solar solution; employment opportunities; fuel saving; private investor; knowledge product; south sudan; vaccine delivery; employment opportunity; healthcare services; diesel generator; grid technologies; hybrid system; european commission; Political Economy; government representative; fiscal management; coal demand; Social Protection; coal consumption; electricity security; efficient price; interconnected grid; regional connectivity; socioeconomic transformation; electric vehicle; learning module; direct financing; energy resource; coal producer; global pandemic; knowledge work; Fiscal Sustainability; knowledge exchange; diverse stakeholder; economic crisis; financial analysis; formal services; green infrastructure; government resource; heavy burden; subject expert; market characteristic; electricity sector; economic distortion; fiscal cost; climate impact; private source; several reform; potential demand; rural area; transition countries; best practice; grant proposal; technical standard; physical closure; global initiative; cleaner energy; irrigation sector; Global Gender; gender activities; global population; non-governmental organization; public good; free access; Open Data; clean fuel; gender inequalities; Gender Inequality; map case

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