This publication draws on the Private Sector Participation (PSP) experience of four emerging economies Brazil, Peru, the Philippines, and Turkey based on in-depth case studies by Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP).
This brief describes how pro-poor approaches to infrastructure go beyond macro-level efforts at poverty reduction, the breif outlines how they target particular activities and populations in relation to energy and water supply.
This report outlines how energy efficiency and water conservation are each important for the delivery of electricity and drinking water.
This report outlines a project that serves as a pilot program, demonstrating a model that regional gas distribution companies can replicate throughout Colombia to speed access to piped natural gas for poor households.
This report examines the social and gender footprint of large-scale electricity generation, transmission, and distribution projects.
Overall, the study has taken a broad approach to defining Open Access to Transmission and Distribution grids - going well beyond the minimalist notion of simply guaranteeing legal access to the grid for generators and wholesale buyers.
The objective of this review is to analyze the current status on achievement of targeted benefits from distribution privatization and identify the gaps between expectations and realizations, with a key task of proposing concrete procedures and methodologies to ensure that EMRA and other government agencies involved in monitoring and enforcing quality in electricity distribution and retail have timely access to reliable information on service actually provided by the DISCOMs to their customers.
Power Africa employs a transaction-centered approach to directly address the constraints to project development and investment in sub-Saharan Africa's energy sector. The model is part of President Obama's new approach to development, which builds local capacity and supports innovative ways to make traditional assistance programs more effective and sustainable.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy is the policy formulator and inductor and supervising the implementation of these policies in the following areas: geology, mineral and energy resources; use of hydraulic energy; mining and metallurgy; and oil, fuel and electricity, including nuclear.
We are a non-ministerial government department and an independent National Regulatory Authority, recognised by EU Directives. Our principal objective when carrying out our functions is to protect the interests of existing and future electricity and gas consumers.
The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors have welcomed the launch of a new, interactive online risk allocation tool, the Global Infrastructure Hub’s (GI Hub) Annotated Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Risk Allocation Matrices. The Risk Allocation Matrices tool, developed by the GI Hub in partnership with global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, has been designed to assist developing economies better assess potential infrastructure investment risk.