Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Aug 4, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jun 18, 2020
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According to bank documents, the project objective is to expand access to electricity in targeted urban, peri-urban and rural communities.
The project has three components:
Part 1. Electrification of households and businesses through standalone solar home systems Improving access among off-grid households and small enterprises, in particular
Part 2. Analytical work for enabling electrification through solar-powered/hybrid mini-grids. Carrying out analytic work for development of mini-grid sector, in particular:
Part 3. Technical Assistance, Capacity Building & Project Management:
Strengthening the capacity of the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources (MoEWR) of the federal government and Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MoEM) of Somaliland for overall energy sector management, power and access planning, and implementation of future development projects, including: (i) carrying out required energy sector studies; (ii) developing energy strategies; (iii) reviewing energy policies; (iv) carrying out analytical work; (v) improving internal MoEWR/MoEM infrastructure and systems; (vi) provision of relevant training to staff of the MoEWR/MoEM, and conducting workshops and study tours; and (vii) establishing PIUs at federal MoEWR and MoEM of Somaliland.
Patrick Thaddayos Balla
Senior Energy Specialist
Sr Power Engineer
Ministry of Finance, Federal Republic of Somalia
Abdirahman Duale Beileh
Ministry of Finance, Somaliland
Dr. Saad Haji Ali Shire
Ministry of Energy and Water Resources, FGS
Fowzia Mohamed Sheikh
Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Somaliland
Jama Mohamoud Egal
Minister, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
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