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Least Cost Electricity Master Plan, Djibouti : Volume 2. Appendices

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACCOUNT ACCOUNTS AIR POLLUTION AMBIENT AIR AMMONIA APPROACH ATMOSPHERE ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE AVAILABILITY BALANCE BEST PRACTICES BUSINESS ACTIVITIES BUSINESS CENTER BUTANE CALCIUM CAPABILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CARBON CARBON DIOXIDE CARBONATES CEMENT CHEMICAL ANALYSIS CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS CLIMATE CO COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY COMPUTER SYSTEMS CONDENSATION CONFIDENTIALITY CONVENTIONAL STEAM TURBINES COOLING TOWERS CORROSION COST ESTIMATES COST OF ELECTRICITY CYCLE TECHNOLOGY DEEP WELLS DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY DEMAND FOR POWER DEMAND FORECAST DEMAND PLANNING DESALINATION DIESEL DIESEL ENGINES DISSOLVED SOLIDS DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DOMESTIC ENERGY DOSING DRILLING E-MAIL EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT ELECTRIC GENERATION ELECTRIC SYSTEM ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION ELECTRIC UTILITIES ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY GENERATION ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION ELECTRICITY SALES ELECTRICITY TARIFFS ELECTRIFICATION EMISSIONS ENERGY COSTS ENERGY DEMAND ENERGY RESOURCES ENERGY SOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES EQUIPMENT EVAPORATION EXPLORATION DRILLING EXPLORATORY DRILLING PROGRAM FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL RISK FLASH FOSSIL FOSSIL FUEL FOSSIL FUEL POWER FOSSIL FUEL POWER PLANTS FUEL FUEL COSTS FUELS GAS EXTRACTION GENERATION GENERATION CAPACITY GEOCHEMISTRY GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT GEOTHERMAL ENERGY GEOTHERMAL FIELD GEOTHERMAL FLUID GEOTHERMAL FLUIDS GEOTHERMAL PLANT GEOTHERMAL PLANTS GEOTHERMAL POWER GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS GEOTHERMAL POWER PRODUCTION GEOTHERMAL PROJECT GEOTHERMAL PROJECTS GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIRS GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES GEOTHERMAL SITE GEOTHERMAL STEAM GEOTHERMAL WELLS GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY GREENHOUSE GREENHOUSE GASES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROUNDWATER LEVEL HEAT HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT RECOVERY HEAVY METALS HOT SPRINGS HYDROCHLORIC ACID HYDROELECTRIC POTENTIAL HYDROGEN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION DISSEMINATION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENTS INPUT DATA INSTALLATION INSTITUTION INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS IRON KEROSENE KILOWATT HOUR LICENSE LICENSES LOAD FACTOR MAGNESIUM MAINTENANCE COSTS NATURAL GAS NATURAL RESOURCES NH3 OIL OIL PRICES OIL PRODUCTS OIL WELLS PEAK DEMAND PH PHONE POLYMERS POWER POWER DEMAND POWER GENERATION POWER PLANTS POWER PROJECT POWER STATION POWER STATIONS POWER SUPPLY POWER SYSTEM PRECIPITATION PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC UTILITY RANKINE CYCLE REFINERY FACILITIES RELIABILITY REPORTING RESOURCE PLANNING RESULT RESULTS SALES FORECASTING SHALLOW RESERVOIR SILICA SILICATES SITES SMOKE SOLAR ENERGY SOURCE OF ENERGY STEAM HEAT STEAM TURBINE SULPHUR SULPHUR DIOXIDE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TARGETS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES TEMPERATURE THERMAL POWER TRADITIONAL GENERATION TRAINING COURSE TRANSMISSION GRID TRANSMISSION LINES TURBINE TURBINE GENERATORS UNDERGROUND ROCKS USES VOLTAGE WIND WIND DATA WIND DEVELOPMENT WIND ENERGY WIND POWER WIND RESOURCES
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Djibouti
2014-07-17T23:28:04Z | 2014-07-17T23:28:04Z | 2009-11

Djibouti is characterized by a large urban population. About 70 per cent of the population lives in the main town of Djibouti-Ville, 11 per cent live in secondary towns and the remainder in a rural setting, including a substantial nomadic population. The country s electrification rate is about 50 per cent. Electricité de Djibouti (EdD), the national state-owned utility, report that there are approximately 38,000 electricity connections for the Djibouti-Ville metropolitan area. There is a total reliance on imported oil products as the fuels for electricity generation and the country has no hydroelectric potential. This has implied very high costs of production and of electricity generation in particular. Due to the high cost of electricity and high connection fees, the electrification rate remains relatively low and mostly available to the privileged, while performance of critical social and commercial sectors are hampered. The World Bank appointed Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) to undertake engineering consultancy services for the preparation of an electricity sector least cost master plan for Djibouti. The objectives of the assignment are: To define the least-cost investment program for the development of Djibouti s electric generation, transmission and distribution system for the next 25 years, particularly taking into consideration the country s resources and recent economic and sector developments. Particular attention and detail should be given for the short-term forecast period (first 5 years) of the plan. To provide EdD and the Government of Djibouti (GoD) a comprehensive report, model and database for the further development of its systems and updates of the plan as needed. To provide EdD and the Ministry of Energy & Natural Resources (MENR) with some basic planning capacity and tools to update some key components of the master plan as needed. Volume 1 is the main report, and Volume 2 consists of appendices.

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