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Togo Energy Sector Policy Review : Review of the Electricity Sub-Sector

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACTION PLAN APPROACH AVAILABILITY BIOGAS BIOMASS BUSINESS CLIMATE BUSINESS PLAN BUYER CAPACITY BUILDING CEMENT CLIMATE CO COAL COLORS COMMERCE COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS COMPETITIVENESS COPYRIGHT COST OF ELECTRICITY CRUDE OIL DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY DEMAND MANAGEMENT DIESEL DIESEL OIL DISTRIBUTION COMPANY DISTRIBUTION LOSSES DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DOMAIN E-MAIL ECONOMIC ASSETS EFFICIENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC POWER ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY BILLS ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION ELECTRICITY DEMAND ELECTRICITY GENERATION ELECTRICITY INFRASTRUCTURE ELECTRICITY SALES ELECTRICITY SECTOR ELECTRICITY SUPPLY ELECTRICITY TARIFF ELECTRICITY TARIFFS ELECTRICITY UTILITY EMPLOYMENT ENERGY BALANCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURES ENERGY MANAGEMENT ENERGY MIX ENERGY POLICY ENERGY PRICING ENERGY PRODUCTION ENERGY SECURITY ENERGY STRATEGY ENERGY SUPPLY ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL TERMS FIXED COSTS FOSSIL FOSSIL FUELS FUEL FUEL COST GAS COMPANY GAS DELIVERIES GAS EXPLORATION GAS PRICES GENERATING CAPACITY GENERATION GENERATION CAPACITY GOVERNMENT POLICY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HYDRO PLANT HYDROELECTRIC PLANT HYDROELECTRIC POTENTIAL HYDROLOGY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN INCOME INFORMATION SYSTEM INSTALLATIONS INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS INVENTORY LICENSES LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS LOAD FACTOR MARKET PRICES MATERIAL MEMBER STATES METALS NATURAL DISASTERS NATURAL GAS NATURAL GAS EXPLORATION NATURAL GAS PIPELINE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION OIL OIL PRICES OPEN ACCESS PEAK DEMAND PEAK LOAD PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCES PETROLEUM PETROLEUM GAS PHOSPHATES PIPELINE POWER POWER DISTRIBUTION POWER GENERATION POWER GENERATION PLANT POWER PLANT POWER PLANTS POWER PRODUCER POWER PRODUCERS POWER SECTOR POWER SUPPLY POWER SYSTEMS PRICE OF ELECTRICITY PRIMARY ENERGY PRIMARY ENERGY RESOURCES PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT PROCESSES PRODUCTIVITY PROMOTING ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROTOCOL QUALITY OF SERVICE QUERIES REFINED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS RELIABILITY RENEWABLE ENERGIES RENEWABLE ENERGY RESIDENTIAL DEMAND RESULT RETAIL ELECTRICITY RETAIL PRICE RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SECURITIES SERVICE PROVIDERS SITES SUPERVISION SUPPLY COSTS SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TARGETS TARIFF LEVELS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELEPHONE THERMAL PLANT TRANSMISSION CAPACITY TRANSMISSION FACILITIES TRANSMISSION INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM URBAN CENTERS URBAN POPULATION UTILITIES UTILITY COMPANY VOLTAGE WIND WIND FARM
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Washington, DC
Africa | Togo
2013-11-14T20:17:25Z | 2013-11-14T20:17:25Z | 2013-06

The main objective of this sector work (ESW) is to provide the World Bank and the Government of Togo with a sound basis and proposals for decision-making about the main electricity sub-sector issues facing the country. The ESW therefore assesses the key challenges facing the sub-sector and provides information, analysis and recommendations regarding: 1) the overall energy policy and strategy framework; 2) the institutional and regulatory framework including the necessary reforms within the context of Togo's regional undertakings; 3) the electricity demand and supply balance including access to electricity services; 4) electricity tariffing; 5) the investment program and the financing requirements; and 6) the utility's financial situation and the sub-sector financial outlook. The review also summarizes recommendations addressing the key issues facing Togo's electricity sub-sector. Togo will need to confront several constraints to promote economic recovery and reduce poverty. Weak public sector capacity has become the Government's most pressing challenge and is hampering the country's ability to manage the rapidly expanding portfolio of projects funded by the donors, including by the World Bank Group and the private sector. While the private sector's contribution to economic growth is vital, Togo's business climate is poor and skills available on the market are not adapted to the demand. This report is based on the information provided, discussions with officials during the April 10-13, 2012 mission to Lome, exchanges with World Bank staff, as well as on the recent reports on Togo's energy sector.

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