Issue | November 2010


October 29 2010
The Global Financial Crisis had little impact on the flow of funds to South Asia’s power sector, but the sector still needs up to $150 billion to meet its growing electricity demand by 2015 says a new report.
October 18 2010
ESMAP has designed and is implementing a tool which allows cities to rapidly diagnose their energy use, said ESMAP’s Program Manager in his opening remarks to urban and energy practitioners in Washington, DC.
October 18 2010
An urban mobility project has been launched by ESMAP to make Jordan's Zarqa city transportation energy-efficient and environmental-friendly.
October 27 2010
REEEP and ESMAP highlighted four successful renewable energy projects, ranging from solar and mini hydro to geothermal at an International Renewable Energy Conference in New Delhi, on October 27, 2010.
October 28 2010
Beijing introduces measures to ease traffic congestion and movement with support from the World Bank, Australian Aid, ASTAE and ESMAP.
October 29 2010
The success of concentrated solar power venture in Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia revolves around the presence of local CSP manufacturers. The World Bank and other partners convened a workshop to encourage CSP manufacturers to invest in the region.
October 28 2010
ESMAP has joined a network of organizations that assist developing countries establish low emissions plans and programs called Coordinated Low Emissions Assistance Network (CLEAN).
October 14 2010
ESMAP raises awareness and mobilizes commitment and actions to effectively mainstream climate change concerns into development policies and programs in Africa.
June 13 2017
At the just concluded World Bank/IMF annual meetings, the World Bank hailed several development partners for their support to IDA's energy program. It said, “The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) has helped IDA countries build capacity at public energy institutions and helped governments develop plans for low carbon growth.”   

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