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Lao - First Phase of the Rural Electrification Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Rural Electrification Project for Lao were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, global environment objectives (GEO) were satisfactory, risk to development outcome was moderate, risk to GEO outcome was moderate, Bank performance was satisfactory, and Borrower performance was moderately satisfactory. Some lessons learned include: Government of Laos (GoL) has played an irreplaceable role in terms of making unwavering commitment, getting the policies right and staying the course. The government set clear targets for electricity access and developed an institutional framework and financing and monitoring mechanisms to ensure the achievement of the target in a timely and effective manner. Electricite du Laos (EdL) has been a key and keen facilitator and front line partner in implementing grid extension and roll-out programs, and makes them successful with effective leadership, sound planning, and efficient operations. Striking a workable balance among financing, subsidy and tariff policies by providing necessary state subsidies to rural electrification and at the same time maintaining the commercial viability of EdL with cost-recovery tariffs. Targeting the gender and extreme poverty dimension of rural electrification with the innovative Power to the Poor (P2P) program. Complementing grid extension with off-grid options for remote rural areas where the grid cannot reach in the short term.


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    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

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    República Democrática Popular do Laos,

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Lao - First Phase of the Rural Electrification Project

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    audit audit;Policy and human Resource Development;Gross National Income Per Capita;transmission and distribution;Profit and Loss Statement;skill need;adequate monitoring and evaluation system;technology need;grid extension;Environmental and Social Impact;economic and financial analysis;rural electrification master plan;Debt Service Coverage Ratio;cash flow from operation;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Regulation and Competition Policy;preparation of bidding documents;access to electricity service;greenhouse gas emission reduction;gender and social development;decline in poverty rate;cost of power generation;promotion of energy efficiency;adoption of energy efficiency;social and economic development;environmental and social management;primarily due;loss reduction;rural electrification program;annual tariff adjustment;cost of supply;net present value;independent power producer;cost of service;demand side management;biomass power plant;power purchase agreement;capacity building program;income after tax;expansion of access;outputs by components;poor rural household;social and environmental;supply and installation;efficiency of energy;distribution loss reduction;delay in procurement;off-grid electrification;increase in income;Science and Technology;power sector financing;performance of private;central government agency;cost equipment;lack of awareness;energy sector activity;cost of equipment;hours of operation;intermediate outcome;benefits of electrification;financial performance indicator;quality at entry;supply of spare;commercial loss reduction;Solar Home System;energy efficiency indicator;thermal power plant;loss of land;awareness building program;renewable energy business;innovative financing mechanism;health service provider;cost materials;energy efficiency measure;foreign direct investment;gender sensitive approach;equipment and supply;lack of demand;investment advisory service;accounting and reporting;institutional capacity building;power sector development;Indigenous People Plan;rural electrification process;poor rural population;rural infrastructure development;Resettlement Policy Framework;distribution and transmission;private service provider;private public partnership;operations and maintenance;population growth rate;provincial government agency;alternative power generation;cost of capital;remote rural area;renewable energy development;expansion of coverage;global environmental objectives;power distribution system;delivery of good;contract good;availability of fund;growth and development;operation and management;exchange of letter;



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