This TA aims to increase availability of reliable and sustainable power supply at reasonable cost by designing a power sector development project that is agreed between the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and ADB. TA outputs include the (i) updated least-cost power sector development plan, (ii) preliminary design and costing of prioritized core subprojects, (iii) financial and economic analysis of the power sector development plan and its core subprojects, (iv) environmental and social safeguards due diligence of the core subprojects, (v) climate-proofing analysis, (vi) recommendations for power sector governance framework, and (vii) public consultations and an awareness campaign.
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|Preparing the Power Sector Development Project (Financed by the Japan Special Fund)||Aug 2008|
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