Expanding Knowledge and Strengthening Capacity Building
This database serves as a knowledge repository for the CAREC energy sector. It provides access to documents and publications that focus on developments and issues in the energy sector as well as regional cooperation in the sector.
Publications in the database are from CAREC’s multilateral institution partners, other development partners in the CAREC region, research institutions, academia, and other sources.
|5 Most Recent Studies||Other Sector-related Studies|
|Year||Title and Description||Version|
|Mar 2017||Economics of Climate Change Mitigation in Central and West Asia|
This report provides an assessment of the costs, benefits, and investment opportunities for greenhouse gas (GHG) abatement in the energy and transport sectors of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan.
|Mar 2017||Stuck in Transition: Reform Experiences and Challenges Ahead in the Kazakhstan Power Sector|
This study draws on the World Bank’s long-standing engagement in Kazakhstan’s energy sector and a number of recent technical assistance and advisory support activities.
|Feb 2017||Energy Storage in Grids with High Penetration of Variable Generation|
With increased emphasis on reducing emissions from the power sector, grid-level energy storage can enable larger penetration of renewable energy into the grid.
|Oct 2016||CAREC Development Effectiveness Review 2015|
This CAREC Program Development Effectiveness Review is the sixth annual consolidated picture of progress made by country and multilateral institution partners of CAREC toward economic development through regional cooperation. It measures the performance of CAREC projects and initiatives in transport, trade, and energy during 2015; highlights achievements; identifies areas for improvement; and proposes actions to meet emerging challenges and assist in strategic decision making.
|Oct 2016||CAREC 2020 Midterm Review|
The purpose of the Mid-Term Review (MTR) is to review the relevance and responsiveness of CAREC 2020, including implementation performance, results achieved and the effectiveness of the CAREC institutions; to draw lessons from the experience gained in the first five years of the strategy; and to propose refinements and strategies moving forward.
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