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Azerbaijan - Power Transmission Project (anglais)

The Power Transmission Project for Azerbaijan aims to improve the efficiency of the power transmission operation in Azerbaijan through technical and institutional strengthening of the generation/transmission utility. The project has the following four components: Component 1) includes investments to upgrade the electricity dispatch system in the country, which in turn would support the reliable, secure and economic operation of the electricity sector, and facilitate financial settlements in a future wholesale electricity market. Component 2) will cover priority investments in rehabilitation of high voltage transmission lines and selected high-voltage substations. Component 3) will provide technical assistance (TA) to improve the management systems of Azerenerji and prepare the company for a future restructured energy sector. Component 4) will finance Incremental Operating Costs for the Project Implementation Unit (PIU).

Information

  • Date du document

    2005/05/17

  • Type de document

    Document d’évaluation du projet

  • Numéro du rapport

    31485

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Azerbaïdjan,

  • Région

    Europe et Asie centrale,

  • Date de publication

    2005/06/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Azerbaijan - Power Transmission Project

  • Mots clé

    pension and social assistance;single currency;Economic Internal Rate of Return;financial internal rate of return;economic and financial analysis;efficiency of fuel use;targeted social safety net;cost recovery for utility;efficient use of energy;legal and regulatory framework;Regulation and Competition Policy;open joint stock company;government financial support;transmission network rehabilitation;cost of electricity;cash flow requirements;distribution company;social protection system;high voltage transmission;high oil price;electricity distribution company;social protection reform;reliability of supply;cash flow problem;Learning and Innovation Credit;power transmission system;greenhouse gas emission;security of supply;tariff increase;financial management requirement;social protection program;demand for heat;Energy Sector Reform;reduction in transmission;equity in access;supply of power;reduction in force;debt service capacity;debt service costs;thermal power plant;power transmission line;islamic development bank;energy infrastructure development;rights of way;Translation &Interpretation;domestic electricity demand;carbon finance;program of fiscal;energy efficiency measure;readiness for implementation;exchange rate;targeted social assistance;international financial institution;procurement capacity assessment;Exchange Rates;negative social impacts;disposal of waste;poverty reduction goal;quality of supply;price of imports;Oil and Gas;capital investment program;Oil &Gas;investment in rehabilitation;wholesale electricity market;price of gas;level of private;private sector funding;supply of electricity;computer system support;net present value;transmission and distribution;environmental screening category;fossil fuel consumption;operation and management;independent regulatory agency;financial reporting standard;debt service obligation;tariff policy;utility service;power system;power supply;generating plant;capacity constraint;financial viability;high tariff;tariff level;forced outage;minimum wage;generation capacity;electricity tariff;local financing;Contractual obligations;Capital Investments;variable cost;project costing;political choice;regional electricity;existing resources;international consultant;Proposed Investment;adjustment operation;privatization strategy;long-term management;large population;Armed Conflict;monetary policy;oil production;Macroeconomic Stability;extreme poverty;diversified development;electricity sector;Power Generation;business environment;payment collection;timely payment;corruption issues;change system;project finance;financial benefit;private company;financial dependence;low-income family;proven technology;electricity sale;support infrastructure;labor-intensive sectors;real time;fuel meters;communications equipment;broadband communication;operational information;vulnerable group;regional variation;oil resource;health indicator;integrated system;sector restructuring;target social;rural area;distribution facility;contract negotiation;Natural Resources;severe recession;fiscal restraint;external indebtedness;income poverty;fuel price;electricity bill;transmission level;advanced skill;contractual right;household survey;kerosene use;government strategy;electricity system;future debt;negative effect;positive impact;technical component;benefit-cost analysis;plant characteristics;transmission substations;circuit breaker;vulnerable household;environmental assistance;direct disbursement;orderly payment;government's commitment;private management;utility regulation;independent regulation;sovereign guarantee;commercial bank;high-voltage transmission;project execution;corporate audit;action programs;project effectiveness;efficient completion;financial statement;system design;funding gap;contract supervision;load management;peak load;safe operation;conservative assumption;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;government coordination;company management;private funding;project accounting;loan disbursement;offshore oil

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