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Urban Energy Services Program -- Sustainable Municipal Energy Services Slum Electrification -- Brazil Background Report

By International Development Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698791
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Urban Energy Services Program -- Sustainable Municipal Energy Services Slum Electrification -- Brazil Background Report  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
Collections: United Nations Library International Aid and Funding Collection
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Agency, I. D. (n.d.). Urban Energy Services Program -- Sustainable Municipal Energy Services Slum Electrification -- Brazil Background Report. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: This report provides a summary background on Brazil?s slum electrification context in support of identifying potential in-country partners and possibly other donors with the same interest to select local projects that can benefit from the USAID/ICA joint ...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Page Executive Summary..........................................................................................................................1 1.1 Background.................................................................................................................................1 1.2 Summary.....................................................................................................................................1 1.3 Conclusion and Recommendations for Next Steps.....................................................................1 Section 2 Country Conditions.................................................................................................2 2.1 Relevant Economic and Population Information.........................................................................2 2.1.1 Economy.............................................................................................................................2 2.1.2 Population..........................................................................................................................2 2.2 Energy Sector Structure and Regulatory Framework..................................................................2 2.2.1 Infrastructure.....................................................................................................................2 2.2.2 Sector Operation and Regulation.......................................................................................3 2.2.3 Privatization.......................................................................................................................4 2.2.4 Electricity Distribution.......................................................................................................5 2.2.5 Tariffs.................................................................................................................................5 2.2.6 Municipal Authorities and Responsibilities........................................................................6 Section 3 Major Relevant Initiatives......................................................................................7 3.1 National Initiatives.....................................................................................................................7 3.2 Distribution Companies? Initiatives.............................................................................................8 3.3 Combined Initiatives....................................................................................................................9 3.4 NGO Initiatives..........................................................................................................................9 3.5 State Initiatives...........................................................................................................................9 3.6 Donor Initiatives.........................................................................................................................9 Section 4 Potential Opportunities and Partners.................................................................11 Section 5 Conclusion and Recommendations......................................................................13 5.1 Conclusion................................................................................................................................13 5.2 Recommendations....................................................................................................................13 Appendix A Description of Discos Programs..................................................................14 Appendix B Cities and Distribution Companies Matrix..................................................17 Appendix C List of Key Contacts....................................................................................18 Appendix D Acronyms....................................................................................................19


 

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