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IPP Study Case Selection and Project Outcomes: An Additional Note
Erik Woodhouse
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #59 (2006) +PDF+


 
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Beyond free electricity: The costs of electric cooking in poor households and a market-friendly alternative
Mark Howells, David G. Victor, Trevor Grant, Rebecca J. Elias, Thomas Alfstad
Energy Policy vol. 34 (2006) +HTML+


 

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Generating Power and Controversy: Understanding Tanzania's Independent Power Projects
Katharine Gratwick, Rebecca Ghanadan, Anton Eberhard
Management Programme in Infrastructure Reform & Regulation, PESD Working Paper #57 (2006) +HTML+ +PDF+


 
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Greenhouse Gas Implications in Large Scale Infrastructure Investments in Developing Countries: Examples from China and India
Mike Jackson, Sarah Joy, Thomas C. Heller, David G. Victor
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #54 (2006) +PDF+


 

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Indian Electricity Market: Country Study and Investment Context, The
Peter Lamb
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #48 (2006) +PDF+


 

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Incorporating stress in electric power systems reliability models
Hisham Zerriffi, Hadi Dowlatabadi, Alex Farrell
Energy Policy (2005) +HTML+


 
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IPP Experience in the Brazilian Electricity Market, The
Adilson de Oliveira, Erik Woodhouse, Luciano Losekann, Felipe V.S. Araujo
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #53 (2005) +PDF+


 

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Political Economy of International Infrastructure Contracting, Lessons from the IPP Experience
Erik Woodhouse
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #52 (2005) +PDF+


 
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Independent Power Producers in Thailand
Pei Yee Woo
Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Working Paper #51 (2005) +PDF+


 


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