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Capacity development for scaling up decentralized energy access programmes
|Statement||Elisabeth Clemens, Kamal Rijal, Minoru Takada ; with contributions by Adonai Herrera-Martinez, Megha Shukla|
|Contributions||Rijal, Kamal, Takada, Minoru, Herrera-Martinez, Adonai, Shukla, Megha, United Nations Development Programme, Nepal. Alternative Energy Promotion Centre|
|LC Classifications||TJ163.25.N35 C59 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||2012405242|
In Global Energy Assessment - Toward a Sustainable Future, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and New York, NY, USA and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, pp. Capacity Development for Scaling up Decentralized Energy Access Elisabeth Clemens, Kamal Rijal, Minoru Takada.
Scaling up energy services is feasible. 1. Replicable, proven decentralized models and lessons do exist 2. Prioritizing energy access for the poor in national development strategies 3. Investments in off-grid decentralized energy provide cost-effective access 4. Capacity development is fundamental to accelerate service delivery for the poor. While similar decentralized renewable energy projects can be found in many countries, Nepal’s success in scaling up activities initiated under the Rural Energy Development Programme .
To achieve universal access, it’s clear we need coordinated efforts by the development community, government, and the private sector. This report is an important step towards that vision.” The study, “ Improving Access to Energy Through Decentralized Renewable Energy ”, provides in-depth country briefs which summarize key policy trends. Capacity development initiatives can focus on strengthening different types of skills and abilities within local governance: i) functional and operational skills, which are needed for efficiency in program and project management, tax collection and procurement processes, and municipal finance management; ii) technical skills, associated with.
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Capacity Development for Scaling up Decentralized Energy Access Programmes also explores potential future trends in programme costs and financing sources making the case for upfront public investments to develop national and local capacities for scaling up rural energy services delivery, and to catalyse private financing.
Capacity Development for Scaling up Decentralized Energy Access Programmes is an invaluable guide for decision makers, development practitioners, policy analysts, and programme planners both in.
Capacity development for scaling up decentralized energy access programmes: lessons from Nepal on its role, costs, and financing. "This study examines the role of capacity development in scaling up energy service delivery in rural and remote areas of developing countries.
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2 Scaling Up Decentralized Energy Services in Nepal ForEWorD Scaling up local development innovations is key to achieving sustainable and equitable development, especially when these innovations are driven by national and local governments and actors.
In order to best support countries to scale up. It is to be noted that, as income increases due to energy access and implementation of other allied development projects, consumption of energy will also typically increase, requiring further investment in scaling up the decentralized infrastructure.
SMEC was engaged to provide project supervision and management services on the Scaling Up Energy Access Project in Rwanda. SMEC will review, update and finalise the design and specifications and assist the client during the tendering process. SMEC’s scope of work includes: Review of design and tender documents.
Decentralized Energy Access and the Millennium Development Goals: An analysis of the development benefits of micro hydropower in rural Nepal Authors Gwénaëlle Legros. focus on rural electrification to increase the access to energy for rural communities.
Projects and programmes supported by UNDP going forward will assist governments and their development partners to: scale up off-grid, mini-grid, and decentralized grid-connected energy.
In essence, the project focused on two entry points for scaling up – community mobilization and institution building. The community was mobilized based on process which focused on six.
Decentralized Energy Access and the Millennium Development Goals provides conclusive evidence of these transformative benefits and recommends that Nepal, and countries like it, scale up investments in its micro-hydropower program.
for sustainable projects that incorporate clean, renewable energy. Support rapid scale-up of decentralized renewable energy solutions for increasing access to decarbonized energy through community ownership and energy justice approach.
Implement environmental and social safeguards to. energy access, governments need to integrate existing energy-related initiatives into national decentralization and sectoral programmes, and also ensure that energy access priorities are incorporated into decentralized local development processes.
Enhancing energy service delivery at the local level will require better coordination and. All countries with pilot MFP initiative or energy access programs are provided with capacity development support on MFP approach leading to the formulation a coherent capacity development plan.
Organize and implement experience sharing with capacity building focus at the sub-regional level through a network of MFP projects. Small‐scale Rural Biogas Programmes; A handbook Practical Action Publishing Subscription Access Decentralized Energy Access and the Millennium Development Goals Practical Action Publishing Subscription Access Capacity Development for Scaling up Decentralized Energy Access Practical Action Publishing Subscription Access.
collaboration and partnerships that advance technology and capacity development, access to financing, socio-environmental approaches, and evidence-based advocacy. National Programs to Scale-up Enterprise-based Hydro Mini-Grids dissemination and strategy for decentralized renewable energy knowledge in Myanmar.
REAM is a. Book Description: Decentralized Energy Access and the Millennium Development Goals provides conclusive evidence of transformative benefits of microhydropower and recommends that Nepal, and countries like it, scale up investments in its microhydropower programme.
Published in association with UNDP and AEP, Nepal. WASHINGTON, – Onthe World Bank approved a $50 million grant to support Mali’s efforts to implement the decentralization and institutional capacity development agenda in local governments.
This grant is the central component of a $95 million financing to support Government’s efforts to decentralize and improve access to health and education services.
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Elisabeth Clemens has written: 'Capacity development for scaling up decentralized energy access programmes' -- subject(s): Finance, Rural development projects, Energy development See More.
1. Introduction. This article addresses the challenge to deliver energy access in rural areas in developing countries through market models. It builds upon the lessons learnt in developing solar home system markets around the world presented in Energy Policy 35 (Van der Vleuten et al., ).These lessons and insights have been taken up in the energy access program of the NGO .In continuation to UNDP’s support to the energy sector and UN’s commitment towards ensuring universal access to modern energy services, UNDP Nepal as well as the GON/AEPC has agreed to extend the partnership in this sector to scale up decentralized energy systems for better linkages with the enterprise development and livelihood enhancement.