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Household Energy Supply and Use in Yemen : Volume 1. Main Report

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACCESS TO ENERGY ACCESS TO MODERN ENERGY ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS AVERAGE PRICE BIOMASS BIOMASS FUELS BIOMASS MIGHT BORDER PRICE BORDER PRICES BURNING BIOMASS CHARCOAL CONSUMER PRICE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONSUMER PRICES COOKING CROP RESIDUES CRUDE OIL CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION DIESEL DIESEL CONSUMPTION DIESEL USE DISTRIBUTION CENTER DRY CELL BATTERIES EFFICIENT ENERGY USE ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY COMPANY ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION ELECTRICITY GRID ELECTRICITY PRICES EMISSIONS ENERGY ACCESS ENERGY CONSUMPTION ENERGY COSTS ENERGY ECONOMIST ENERGY EXPENDITURES ENERGY EXPERTS ENERGY MARKETS ENERGY PLANNERS ENERGY POLICIES ENERGY POLICY ENERGY PRACTICES ENERGY PRICE ENERGY PRICES ENERGY SECTOR ENERGY STRATEGY ENERGY SUPPLY ENERGY USE ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES FUEL FUEL COLLECTION FUEL PRICES FUEL SUBSTITUTION FUELS GAS GAS COMPANY GAS INDUSTRY GASOLINE GENERATION GRID CUSTOMERS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOUSEHOLD COOKING HOUSEHOLD ENERGY HOUSEHOLD ENERGY USE HOUSEHOLD INCOMES INCOME INFLATION KEROSENE KEROSENE SUBSIDIES KEROSENE USE KILOWATT HOUR LIGHTING LOAD FACTOR MODERN FUELS NO ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY OIL PETROLEUM PETROLEUM GAS PETROLEUM PRODUCTS PETROLEUM SECTOR PILOT PROJECTS POWER PRICE ADJUSTMENT PRICE CHANGES PRICE COMPARISON PRICE ELASTICITY PRICE INCREASE PRICE INCREASES PRICE STRUCTURE PRICING POLICIES PRODUCT MARKETS PRODUCT PRICING RETAIL RETAIL PRICE RETAIL PRICES RURAL AREAS RURAL ELECTRIFICATION RURAL HOUSEHOLDS SALES SMOKE SUBSTITUTES SUPPLIERS SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY URBAN HOUSEHOLDS USAGE OF ENERGY WELFARE LOSS WOOD
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2014-04-22T20:29:20Z | 2014-04-22T20:29:20Z | 2005-12

Yemen's Second Five Year Plan for Social and Economic Development (2001-2005) and Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP, 2003-05) provide a framework to reduce poverty through national actions and development assistance. The PRSP recommends a gradual lifting of subsidies for petroleum products, phased to ensure that energy price reform does not aggravate poverty in a country with an already high percentage of poor people. The PRSP also promotes policies that will lead to better access to energy. This report deals with the relationship between energy policy and household welfare. By establishing the facts about household energy supply and use, the impact of new energy policies on the poor can be anticipated with greater confidence. A household energy strategy forms an essential element of overall energy sector planning. At the request of the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MOPIC), the joint World Bank/United Nations Development Program Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) carried out a study to examine the energy policies which would, if implemented, contribute to poverty reduction in Yemen. The study reviewed the main beneficiaries of energy subsidies and the likely impact of their removal. This report, Volume I, summarizes the results of the study and outlines a number of policy options intended to achieve the energy sector goals of economic efficiency, financial cost recovery, environmental sustainability and social equity. A separate report, Volume II, contains a set of ten annexes.

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