Component 1: Establishment of the ICE Secretariat. This component will physically establish the ICE Secretariat office located at the Ministry of Energy and Water. In addition to establishing working groups at the four noted ministries, the Secretariat will serve as the point of contact for energy reform in Afghanistan to provide accurate information, facilitate market-relationships, coordinate energy project development, and build regional linkages.
Component 2: Establishment of a Commercial Advisory Team. This component will assist Government in the immediate economic assessment of energy sector development to accelerate the implementation of ongoing projects and identify energy investments that will facilitate reshaping the sector to become market-based and sustainable.
Latest Project Documents
|Technical Assistance Evaluation Report - Support To Inter-Ministerial Commission For Energy (ICE)||Apr 2009|
|Support to the Interministerial Commission for Energy||Dec 2006|
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