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China - Hubei hydropower development in poor areas project (anglais)

Ratings for Hubei Hydropower Development in Poor Areas Project are as follows: Outcome is satisfactory, Risk to development outcome is moderate, Bank performance is moderately satisfactory, and Borrower performance is moderately satisfactory. The main lessons that emerge from the experience of this complex project are the following: (i) Integrating hydropower investments with institutional development and poverty alleviation can yield strong synergies. (ii) The rigorous quality and depth of appraisal for implementing agencies needs to be maintained throughout the project cycle, including project components added late.


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    Rapport d'évaluation rétrospective

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    Asie de l’Est et Pacifique,

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    China - Hubei hydropower development in poor areas project

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    financial internal rate of return; annual per capita income; achievement of development outcome; Operational Core Curriculum; Institutional Development and Capacity; contribution to poverty reduction; poverty alleviation program; poverty alleviation effort; electric power generation; provincial power companies; corporate income tax; quality at entry; rates of return; power sector reform; poverty reduction program; local commercial bank; provincial government agency; power generation company; energy sector strategy; delay in procurement; gross domestic product; quality of preparation; quality of supervision; donor agency staff; regional development strategy; primary energy consumption; general budget support; renewable energy generation; Development Policy Operation; resettlement action plan; commitment to poverty; internal control procedure; limited liability company; transmission and dispatch; bid validity period; environmental management system; development of hydropower; increasing energy efficiency; poverty reduction planning; construction cost estimate; average exchange rate; safety of dam; concrete arch dam; hydroelectric power station; theory of change; global environmental benefits; dam safety panel; net present value; operations and maintenance; power purchase agreement; hydropower station; generation companies; water dispute; fiscal revenue; diversion tunnel; institutional strengthening; Water Allocation; energy resource; hydropower companies; electricity sector; carbon intensity; Ethnic Minorities; procurement delay; transmission company; managerial capacity; resettlement program; local bank; project costing; poor community; living standard; geological investigations; civil works; fiscal system; results framework; tax benefit; consulting service; sluice gate; income stream; poverty program; geological condition; indigenous people; Indigenous Peoples; project yield; sustainable energy; affected communities; existing capacity; project sponsor; corporate structure; special account; inclusive development; decentralized structure; power company; certification requirement; hydropower investment; green growth; local poverty; project construction; basic infrastructure; allowable return; tariff policy; financial return; mountainous area; small hydropower; safety standard; flood control; panel review; approval process; strategy papers; remote area; institutional investor; financial viability; resettlement villages; Consulting services; Government Performance; additional revenue; supply cost; market price; carbon finance; procurement practice; poverty benchmark; increased income; diagnostic assessment; average revenue; contract price; generation asset; efficiency gain; energy strategies; strategic areas; green energy; financial projection; ownership structure; financial restructuring; hydropower capacity; financial resource; financing arrangement; environment protection; organizational structure; institutional framework; detail level; vertical coordination; company staff; organizational arrangement; benefit sharing; transmission line; limited capacity; global advocacy; construction supervision; diversion channel; hydropower plant; efficiency improvement; national grid; power system; approval procedure; electricity price; private ownership; principal shareholder; government funding; resettlement requirements; flood discharge; Revenue Management; tax revenue; hydropower development; Carbon Financing; institutional perspective; financial result; government strategy; agricultural society; industrial society; business environment; market economy; small rivers; disadvantaged people; lagging region; raising income; national environmental; water pollution; reservoir leakage; national regulation; evaluation method; rehabilitation assistance; safeguards compliance; subsidiary right; competitive price; Borrowing Countries; statistical data; noncommercial purposes; qualified consultant; annual subsidy; compensation rate; stated objective



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