According to ADB website, the TA aims to support the creation of rural infrastructure, including energy access projects and will have as its main objectives: (i) to support the installation of clean energy-based systems for providing energy access (mostly solar PV and biomass-based systems) to schools and other public infrastructure in at least 25 villages, (ii) develop geospatial least cost energy access plans and an investment plan for select states and regions in the country, and (iii) to strengthen the capacity of the government institutions and the private sector to manufacture, install, operate and maintain small-scale clean energy systems.
Project Officer: Jung, Choon Sik
Southeast Asia Department
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