The proposed CHP 5 by the Government is in line with the (i) Mongolia Energy Sector Master Plan 2002, (ii) State Policy on Fuel and Energy 2008, and (iii) Action Plan of the Government of Mongolia for 2008?2012 (footnote 4). It is also in line with Asian Development Bank's (ADB's) sector priorities and the Strategy 2020 to address environmental sustainability of a key infrastructure project. ADB's Country Strategy and Program (CSP) 2006?2008 also identifies inclusive social development and stable broad-based economic growth as the two strategic pillars, and absence of reliable electricity and heating services in the capital city could be a major constraints to achieve these two strategic pillars.
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