PUBLISHEDMay 31 2005
ESMAP Business Plan: FY2005-2007

Securing Energy for Poverty Reduction and Economic Growth

The proposed ESMAP Business Plan for 2005-2007 reflects the renewed commitment of the World Bank Group and its development partners to address the energy issues in a manner that will ensure progress toward energy security,  the transition to a low carbon economy, accelerating access by the poor and in the poorest economies to reliable modern energy, and improving the performance of energy markets and the sector governance.


World Bank. 2005. ESMAP 2005-2007 Business Plan - Securing Energy for Poverty Reduction and Economic Growth. Washington, DC: World Bank.

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