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Republic of South Sudan : Analysis of Juba Distribution Network and Capacity Building Needs in the Electricity Sector

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT APPROACH AVAILABILITY AVERAGE TARIFF BALANCE BALANCE SHEET BIOGAS BURNING BIOMASS BUSINESS MODELS CABLE CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CASH FLOW CIRCUIT BREAKERS COMMERCE COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER HARDWARE COMPUTERS CONTRACT MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEMS COORDINATION MECHANISMS COPYRIGHT CORPORATE CULTURE COST CONTROL COST OF ELECTRICITY COST RECOVERY CURRENT LAWS CUSTOMER BEHAVIOR CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT CUSTOMER SERVICE DECISION MAKING PROCESS DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY DIESEL DISTRIBUTION ENTITY DISTRIBUTION GRID DISTRIBUTION LINE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATIONS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM E-GOVERNANCE E-MAIL ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC EVALUATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECOSYSTEM EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT EFFICIENT USE ELECTRIC COMPANY ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION ELECTRIC SECTOR ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRIC SUPPLY SYSTEM ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL GENERATORS ELECTRICAL GRID ELECTRICAL POWER ELECTRICAL SAFETY ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY ACCESS ELECTRICITY ACT ELECTRICITY BILL ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION ELECTRICITY DEMAND ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION ELECTRICITY EXPERIENCE ELECTRICITY GENERATION ELECTRICITY MARKET ELECTRICITY NETWORKS ELECTRICITY SECTOR ELECTRICITY SECTORS ELECTRICITY SERVICE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ELECTRICITY SYSTEM ELECTRICITY TARIFF ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY PROCUREMENT ENERGY SALES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT EXPANSION OF TRANSMISSION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT FIXED ASSETS FOSSIL FOSSIL FUELS FUEL FUTURE DEMAND GAS GAS TURBINES GENERATION CAPACITY GEOTHERMAL ENERGY GRID ELECTRICITY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HARDWARE HEAVY FUEL OIL HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES HYDRO POWER HYDROPOWER HYDROPOWER PLANT IMPACT ASSESSMENT INCOME INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INSPECTION INSTALLATION INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INVENTORY INVENTORY CONTROL INVESTMENT PROGRAM LEGAL FRAMEWORK LICENSES MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MARKET DEMAND MATERIAL NATURAL RESOURCES NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS OIL ONLINE TRAINING OPERATION OF FACILITIES PEAK DEMAND PEAK LOAD PETROLEUM POLLUTION POWER DISTRIBUTION POWER GENERATION POWER GRID POWER LINES POWER PLANTS POWER PROCUREMENT POWER PROJECT POWER SECTOR POWER SYSTEM POWER SYSTEMS PRIMARY ENERGY PRIMARY ENERGY SOURCE PRIVATE SECTOR PROCUREMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC UTILITIES QUALITY MANAGEMENT QUALITY OF SERVICE QUERIES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REMEDIAL ACTIONS RENEWABLE ENERGY RENEWABLE ENERGY PLANNING RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS RENEWABLE SOURCES RESULT RESULTS RSS RURAL ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDERS SOLAR ENERGY STORE MANAGEMENT SUBSTATION MAINTENANCE SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TARGETS TARIFF RATES TARIFF STRUCTURE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT TECHNICAL EXPERTISE TECHNICAL MEASURES TECHNICAL STAFF TECHNICAL STANDARD TECHNICAL STANDARDS TECHNOLOGY TOOLS TELEPHONE TRAINING COURSES TRAINING MANUALS TRANSMISSION TRANSMISSION FACILITIES TRANSMISSION LINE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS USERS UTILITIES VOLTAGE WEB WIND WIND POWER
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Washington, DC
Africa | South Sudan
2014-09-09T14:24:29Z | 2014-09-09T14:24:29Z | 2014-06-30

This section of the report aims to provide an analysis and propose specific technical plans for investment in the Juba distribution network to carry out emergency upgrades (as a short term measure) and to enable it to absorb possible power that is foreseen to be delivered from possible increase in supply (such as, through the Fula Rapids HPP). The report firstly explains the current Juba grid status, followed by the approach undertaken by the study. Then, it presents the result of gap analysis, concluding with the distribution investment plan and its necessary measures to achieve the target. It is to be noted that in the medium term, a detailed least cost investment plan (LCIP) for the country (planned under ESTAP) will be developed which will provide comprehensive methodology as well as an assessment of appropriate technical standards to be incorporated in development of the South Sudan electrical grid network.

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