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2011, ISBN 9780821388709, xv, 165
Despite the East Asia and Pacific (EAP) region's impressive economic growth, over 1 billion of its people still lack access to electricity and modern cooking... 
Power resources | Energy policy | East Asia | Pacific Area | ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PROGRAM | TARGETED SUBSIDIES | RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY | SMALL-SCALE BIOMASS | RURAL ENERGY | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POWER CORPORATION | AIR POLLUTION | ENERGY SYSTEMS | AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES | WIND TURBINE | ANIMAL DUNG | ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY | GREENHOUSE GAS | GRID ELECTRICITY | KILOWATT HOURS | SMOKE POLLUTION | RENEWABLE SOURCES | TRADITIONAL FUELS | CLIMATE | ECONOMIC GROWTH | GENERATORS | POWER SHORTAGES | SODIUM | UNEP | ACUTE RESPIRATORY ILLNESSES | GRID SYSTEMS | ACCESS TO GRID | ELECTRIC POWER | RESERVOIRS | NATIONAL GRID | NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION | GRID EXTENSIONS | ELECTRICITY SUPPLY | COMBUSTION OF BIOMASS | URBAN AREAS | ELECTRICITY | KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS | LPG | VOLTAGE | CLEANER BURNING | GRID POWER | GRID SOLUTIONS | RURAL CONSUMERS | ELECTRICITY COMPANY | GRID CONNECTIONS | HYDROPOWER | RENEWABLE ENERGY GENERATION | SANITATION | BURNING STOVES | ENERGY COMPANY | KEROSENE | INCOME | GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY | NATURAL GAS | GRID ELECTRICITY SERVICE | COSTS OF ELECTRICITY | INDOOR AIR POLLUTION | ALTERNATIVE ENERGY | DRY CELL BATTERIES | WIND TURBINE SYSTEM | CLEAN COOKING | PARTICULATE MATTER | GRID EXTENSION | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | AGRICULTURAL WASTE | PUMPS | COST RECOVERY | CARBON FUNDING | WIND SYSTEMS | DIRECT COMBUSTION OF BIOMASS | ENERGY SOURCES | SOLID FUEL | BIOMASS GASIFIER | DIESEL SYSTEMS | FOREST INVESTMENT | MINERAL RESOURCES | FUEL CONSUMPTION | WHOLESALE ELECTRICITY | GRID EXPANSION | TRADITIONAL BIOMASS | HOUSEHOLD LIGHTING | SOLAR HOME SYSTEMS | ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY | DEFORESTATION | ADVANCED COOKING STOVES | EDC | EMISSIONS | MOMENTUM | SAFETY | WOOD | DRY CELL | GHG | RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS | COAL | SULFUR | MODERN COOKING SOLUTIONS | BIOMASS STOVE | CARBON MONOXIDE | GRID RELIABILITY | ACCESS TO MODERN ENERGY | ELECTRICITY TARIFFS | SOLID FUELS | SUSTAINABLE ENERGY | POWER UTILITIES | MODERN ENERGY | FUEL | ENERGY SERVICE COMPANY | HEALTH | SMALL POWER | ACCESS TO GRID ELECTRICITY | NEW ELECTRICITY CONNECTION | ENERGY ACCESS | HYBRID SYSTEMS | LIFELINE TARIFFS | SOLAR SYSTEMS | PETROLEUM GAS | PARTICULATES | COOKING STOVES | BIOMASS FUELS | WINDS | DIRECT COMBUSTION | ENERGY RESOURCES | EMISSIONS REDUCTION | GRID SOURCES | HIGH VOLTAGE | BIOMASS ENERGY USE | CLEAN FUELS | ACCESS TO ENERGY | OIL | BIOGAS SYSTEMS | OPERATING COSTS | RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES | WHOLESALE ELECTRICITY MARKET | GRID OPTIONS | POWER PURCHASE | RURAL POPULATIONS | ESCO | CAPACITY OF HOUSEHOLDS | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION | UNIVERSAL ACCESS | CONVENTIONAL DIESEL | GENERATION CAPACITY | HOUSEHOLD ENERGY | ELECTRICITY GRID | MODERN FUELS | ENVIRONMENT | DIESEL ENGINES | ENERGY SERVICE | ENERGY SECTOR | POWER PRODUCER | RURAL AREAS | CARBON FINANCING | CHARCOAL | TRANSPORT | ENERGY POVERTY | ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY | GENDER | ELECTRICITY USE | WATER PUMPING | AMOUNT OF POWER | CLEAN DEVELOPMENT | INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCER | RENEWABLE ENERGY SERVICE | HAND TOOLS | SOLAR HOME SYSTEM | POLLUTION LEVELS | BATTERY STORAGE | BATTERIES | FORMS OF ENERGY | GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT | FOREST | GRID AREAS | PEAK DEMAND | RURAL ELECTRICITY | ELECTRIFICATION | UTILITIES | POWER SECTOR | KILOWATT HOUR | PARTICULATE | ELECTRICITY CONNECTIONS | DIESEL FUEL | SMOKE | FUEL USE | COOKING FUELS | ELECTRICITY ACCESS
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01/2013
The electricity sector in Bangladesh has been facing unprecedented challenges, with severe capacity constraints and sector subsidies that quadrupled from 0.2... 
LNG | ENERGY MARKETS | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY | GDP | ELECTRICITY BILL | CONSUMERS | HOUSEHOLD ANALYSIS | GAS PRICES | FUEL SOURCES | NATURAL GAS PRICE | POWER SHORTAGES | REPUBLIC | POLITICAL ECONOMY | AGRICULTURE | PRIVATE SECTOR | ENERGY PRICES | BALANCE | ELECTRIC POWER | NEW POWER PLANTS | POWER PLANTS | QUANTITY OF ELECTRICITY | DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY | ELECTRICITY SUPPLY | POWER SECTOR REFORMS | ELECTRICITY UTILITY | GENERATION | GENERATION COSTS | ELECTRICITY | LOW LEVELS OF ACCESS | MONTHLY CONSUMPTION | PETROLEUM | RURAL CONSUMERS | RURAL HOUSEHOLDS | CONSUMPTION LEVELS | ENERGY CONSUMPTION | POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TARIFF | NATURAL GAS | DECISION MAKING | ELECTRIC SUPPLY | ENERGY POLICIES | COSTS OF ELECTRICITY | PETROLEUM SECTOR | PARTIAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | POWER | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM | SUBSIDIZATION | MINERAL RESOURCES | INFLATION | POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REFORM | CROSS SUBSIDIES | SUPPLY COSTS | COAL | ELECTRICITY PRICING | ELECTRICITY TARIFFS | ELECTRICITY TARIFF | FUEL | LIFELINE TARIFFS | ELECTRICITY SERVICE | POWER CONSUMPTION | SOURCE OF ENERGY | CROSS-SUBSIDIZATION | POWER GENERATION | EFFECTIVE SUBSIDIES | TARIFF STRUCTURE | OIL | GAS | CRUDE OIL | ELECTRICITY SUBSIDIES | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION | GENERATION CAPACITY | INEFFICIENCY | FORECASTS | CONSUMER PRICE INDEX | DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES | POWER PRODUCER | CONNECTED HOUSEHOLDS | PRIMARY FUEL | LOW TARIFFS | ELECTRICITY DEMAND | ELECTRICITY POLICY | POWER DISTRIBUTION | POWER GRID | ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY | ELECTRICITY SECTOR | COST OF ELECTRICITY | EXPORTS | TARIFF STRUCTURES | APPROACH | UTILITY COMPANY | ENERGY STATISTICS | ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ELECTRICITY GENERATION | ELECTRICITY COSTS | TARIFF LEVELS | PEAK DEMAND | RURAL ELECTRICITY | CRUDE OIL PRICE | ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION | DIESEL | PETROLEUM PRODUCTS | UTILITIES | POWER SECTOR | ELECTRICITY BILLS | KILOWATT HOUR | LOW LEVELS OF CONSUMPTION | ELECTRICITY CONNECTIONS | ELECTRICITY ACCESS | CONSUMPTION INCREASES
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07/2012
The purpose of this report is to distill lessons learnt for improving Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) services in India, by reference to the recent WSS... 
SERVICE IMPROVEMENT | PERFORMANCE CONTRACT | INDUSTRIAL WATER | REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY | LOCAL COMMUNITIES | RESPONSIBILITY FOR SERVICE PROVISION | COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION | INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT | DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM | MUNICIPAL COOPERATION | PRIVATE INVESTORS | WASTEWATER RECYCLING | COLLECTION OF WATER | MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS | URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE | MANAGEMENT OF WATER SUPPLY | URBAN SANITATION | USER CHARGES | SANITATION SECTOR | CUSTOMER SERVICE | SOLID WASTE | DEMAND MANAGEMENT | GOVERNANCE ARRANGEMENTS | SUSTAINABLE SERVICES | CUBIC METERS | CHARTER | POLLUTION | URBAN AREAS | WATER ­DISTRIBUTION | WATER SUPPLY CHARGES | BULK WATER METERING | SERVICE PROVIDER | COLLECTION EFFICIENCY | PRIVATE INVESTMENT | CAPITAL INVESTMENTS | WASTE WATER | WASTEWATER OPERATIONS | DECISION MAKING | BULK SUPPLY | TECHNICAL SUPPORT | PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS | SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT | WATER BOARDS | CONNECTION | WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT | MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES | SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT | HOUSEHOLDS | BILL COLLECTION | DEPRECIATION | CASH FLOW | QUALITY OF WASTEWATER | PIPED WATER | WATER INFRASTRUCTURE | SANITATION OPERATIONS | COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS | MAINTENANCE OF WATER | BULK WATER SUPPLY | CONVEYING | DRINKING WATER | BASE PRICE | PRICE OF WATER | COSTS OF WATER SUPPLY | STORM WATER | QUALITY STANDARDS | WATER USAGE | DEMANDS FOR WATER | BOARDS OF DIRECTORS | TARIFF STRUCTURE | SANITATION SERVICE PROVIDERS | CUBIC METERS PER MONTH | FINANCIAL INCENTIVES | WATER SOURCES | COMPANY LAW | PHYSICAL LOSSES | TOWNS | INDIVIDUAL CONNECTIONS | REGULATORY AGENCIES | CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | REGULATORY MECHANISMS | PIPELINE | WATER SECTOR | PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION | AUGMENTATION | BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY | DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS | WATER RESOURCE | WATER SUPPLY SERVICE | TARIFF POLICY | UTILITIES | WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES | GOVERNANCE OF WATER | ACCOUNTABILITY TO CUSTOMERS | INVESTMENT IN WATER SUPPLY | NUMBER OF WATER | RAW WATER | SANITATION SERVICES | WATER RESOURCES | CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT | LEAST COST | PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT | BULK WATER | URBAN WATER SUPPLY | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE DELIVERY | DISPUTE RESOLUTION | EMPLOYMENT | GROUNDWATER SOURCES | WATER TARIFFS | TARIFF INCREASES | WASTEWATER TREATMENT | WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS | GROUND WATER | LOW INCOME CUSTOMERS | OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY | COMPANY | PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS | GROUNDWATER | LIFELINE CONSUMPTION | INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS | PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | WATER SUPPLY SERVICES | ADEQUATE PROVISION | PERFORMANCE INDICATORS | SEWAGE TREATMENT | SANITATION SERVICE PROVISION | INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT | DOMESTIC USE | LEAKAGE | RAW SEWAGE | LOCAL WATER | MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT | TOILETS | COST RECOVERY | SERVICE QUALITY | GOVERNANCE OF WATER SUPPLY | PRIVATE WATER | IMPROVING WATER SUPPLY | TARIFF SETTING | WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | CORPORATE BONDS | TARIFF COLLECTION | LENDERS | CAPITAL COSTS | MAINTENANCE COSTS | URBAN WATER | QUALITY OF WATER | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | DRAINAGE NETWORK | CROSS SUBSIDIES | QUANTITIES OF WATER | SANITATION POLICY | ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH | URBAN LOCAL | CAPACITY BUILDING | SANITATION SERVICE | PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY | WATER QUALITY | PUMP STATION | IMPROVING SERVICE DELIVERY | ASSET OWNERSHIP | FINANCING WATER SUPPLY | SEWERAGE | MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE | SEWERAGE SYSTEMS | WATER TANKERS | SEWERAGE SYSTEM | SANITATION IN CITIES | BOT | DRAINAGE COVERAGE | METERING | EFFLUENT QUALITY | WELLS | COST OF WATER | QUALITY OF SEWAGE | WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT | WASTEWATER TREATMENT CAPACITY | CERTIFICATION | DESALINATION | EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE | PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE | QUALITY OF SERVICE | DRAINS | SERVICE CONTRACTS | MANAGEMENT OF WATER | MUNICIPALITIES | PUBLIC UTILITY | CORPORATIZATION | TARIFF LEVELS | CAPITAL MARKETS | CONSTRUCTION | INCIDENCE OF WATER | SERVICE PROVIDERS | RAPID URBANIZATION | RIVERS
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06/2014
This Review, undertaken by the World Bank Water & Sanitation Program, is provided at the request of the Ministry of Construction of the Socialist Republic of... 
FREE WATER | SERVICE IMPROVEMENT | UTILITY COMPANIES | NUMBER OF WATER | URBAN WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT | WATER DISTRIBUTION | RAW WATER | LOCAL AUTHORITIES | SANITATION SERVICES | SURFACE WATER | WATER RESOURCES | SERVICE DELIVERY | INVESTMENT PLANNING | PRIVATE UTILITIES | COMPETITIVE PRESSURE | SANITATION PROGRAM | ENFORCEMENT POWERS | INFILTRATION | DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS | BULK WATER | URBAN WATER SUPPLY | CAPITAL INVESTMENT | WATER QUALITY CONTROL | PRIVATE COMPANIES | URBAN SANITATION | DISTRIBUTION NETWORK | POTABLE WATER | PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY SERVICES | BENCHMARKING | SANITATION SECTOR | CUSTOMER SERVICE | PRIVATE SECTOR | WASTE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE | WATER SUPPLY COMPANIES | WASTEWATER UTILITY | WASTEWATER TREATMENT | WASTEWATER UTILITIES | GROUND WATER | CUBIC METERS | REGULATORY SYSTEM | SERVICE STANDARDS | SERVICE DELIVERY PERFORMANCE | SANITATION UTILITIES | PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS | PERFORMANCE STANDARDS | URBAN AREAS | BILATERAL DONORS | WATER PROVIDERS | GROUNDWATER | REGULATORY ARRANGEMENTS | TREATMENT FACILITIES | PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS | ASSESSMENT OF WATER SUPPLY | PUBLIC HEALTH | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | PROVIDING WATER SUPPLY | WATER PROJECTS | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT | PERFORMANCE INDICATORS | CASH FLOWS | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT | WATER QUALITY STANDARDS | URBAN WATER SECTOR | WATER UTILITIES | DOMESTIC USE | WATER POLLUTION | QUANTITY OF WATER | REGULATORY AGENCY | CAPITAL INVESTMENTS | WASTE WATER | LEAKAGE | SEWERAGE COMPANY | PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS | WATER REGULATION | ASSET CONDITION | SANITATION UTILITY | WATER SUPPLY | WATER SOURCE | COST RECOVERY | WASTEWATER SERVICES | PERFORMANCE TARGETS | PIPELINES | TARIFF MECHANISMS | INTERNATIONAL BENCHMARKING | TARIFF SETTING | WATER MANAGEMENT | WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | ASSET MANAGEMENT | LARGER UTILITIES | USE OF WATER | LEGAL STATUS | URBAN WATER | UTILITY OPERATING | HOUSEHOLDS | TARIFF RATE | BILL COLLECTION | CASH FLOW | REGULATORY PROBLEMS | INDEPENDENT REGULATORY | HYGIENE | PIPED WATER | WATER INFRASTRUCTURE | HOLDING COMPANY | UTILITY SERVICES | CAPACITY BUILDING | UTILITY MANAGEMENT | WATER FACILITIES | REGULATORY REFORMS | DRINKING WATER QUALITY | DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY | LOWER LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT | INVESTMENT COSTS | AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION | WATER QUALITY | DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS | WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | BULK WATER SUPPLY | BENEFICIAL EFFECTS | REGULATION BY CONTRACT | SEWERAGE | URBAN WATER UTILITY | DRINKING WATER | SEWERAGE SYSTEMS | PUBLIC UTILITIES | REGULATORY DESIGN | LIFELINE TARIFFS | WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT | QUALITY STANDARDS | WATER COVERAGE | ECONOMIC REGULATION | RURAL WATER | WATER CONSUMPTION | COST SAVINGS | CLEAN WATER | WASTEWATER | TOWN | OPERATING COSTS | REVERSE OSMOSIS | TOXIC CHEMICALS | PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT | SANITATION MARKET | SERVICE PROVISION | WATER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS | URBAN UTILITIES | WATER SOURCES | WATER PRODUCTION | INTERNATIONAL COMPARATORS | UTILITY STRUCTURE | UTILITY SERVICE | QUALITY OF SERVICE | SURFACE WATER RESOURCES | POTABLE WATER SUPPLY | CUBIC METERS PER DAY | WATER SUPPLY COMPANY | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | REGULATORY MECHANISMS | NATURAL RESOURCES | TREATMENT PLANT | ELECTRICITY SECTOR | INVESTMENT PROGRAM | PIPELINE | SANITATION PROVIDERS | WATER SECTOR | DOMESTIC WATER | UTILITY DIVERSIFICATION | MANAGEMENT OF WATER | PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY | REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT | WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM | ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES | PUBLIC UTILITY | PROVISION OF WATER | REGULATORY OBLIGATIONS | WATER SYSTEM | TARIFF LEVELS | ASSET VALUATION | WATER RESOURCE | CAPITAL MARKETS | REGULATORY APPROACHES | INDEPENDENT REGULATORY AUTHORITY | POOR DRINKING WATER QUALITY | UTILITIES | WATER USE | CONSTRUCTION | URBAN WATER UTILITIES | SERVICE PROVIDERS | REGULATORY ACTIVITIES | RAPID URBANIZATION | WATER SUPPLIES
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2002, Europe and Central Asia environmentally and socially susstainable development series, ISBN 9780821353288, Volume no. 529., vii, 57
Heating is a critical issue for the livelihoods of Eastern Europe and Central Asia ' s people. The region ' s gold climate, the legacy of central planning, and... 
Urban poor | Energy policy | PRIMARY ENERGY | CENTRAL HEATING | CONSUMER DEMAND | PER CAPITA ENERGY | AFFORDABLE ACCESS SERVICES | OPPORTUNITY COSTS | FIXED COSTS | FIRE | URBAN POVERTY | TRANSITION ECONOMIES | PRICE CHANGES | DISTRICT HEATING | ENERGY SUBSIDIES | ENERGY PRICING | SOLID WASTE | COMMUNITY LEVEL | ENERGY PRICES | LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY | URBAN AREAS | ELECTRICITY | LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS | COMMERCIAL ENERGY | ENERGY DEMAND | CLEAN ENERGY | BOILERS | PETROLEUM | COVERS | POLICY REFORM | CLIMATE CHANGE | ENERGY EFFICIENCY | POVERTY MITIGATION AIR POLLUTION | POWER SUPPLY | WELFARE EFFECTS | KEROSENE | URBAN ENVIRONMENT | ENERGY EXPENDITURES | PRIVATE COSTS | ENERGY CONSUMPTION | INCOME | FALLING | NATURAL GAS | PRICE ELASTICITY | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | FUELS | WATER SUPPLY | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | ENTITLEMENTS | COST RECOVERY | ENERGY POLICY | ENERGY SOURCES | SOCIAL COSTS | ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS | INCOME LEVELS | OVERHEATING | WELFARE LOSSES | ECOLOGY | FUELWOOD | ENERGY DEPARTMENT | MARGINAL COST | PURCHASING POWER | CENTRAL PLANNING | DEFORESTATION | HEAT SUPPLY | URBAN POOR | COLD CLIMATE | COAL | HEALTH PROBLEMS | DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEMS | FUEL | LIVING CONDITIONS | LIFELINE TARIFFS | FOREST MANAGEMENT | GAS INDUSTRIES | POWER GENERATION | INCOME GAPS | CONSUMPTION PATTERNS | CLEAN FUELS | COGENERATION | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | ELASTICITIES | OIL | AVERAGE TEMPERATURE | HEATING SYSTEMS | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | ENERGY SERVICES | COMBUSTION | ENERGY CONSUMPTION LEVELS | WAGES | POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM | COMMERCIAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY SECTOR | URBAN HOUSEHOLDS | ELASTICITY | HEAT | FUEL PRICES | TEMPERATURE | EXPENDITURES | HOUSING | EXCHANGE RATE | POLICY INSTRUMENTS | CLEAN FUEL | HEATING | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | PIPES | OIL EQUIVALENT | WATER PRICING | ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE | INVESTMENT PROGRAMS | HEATING FUELS | UTILITIES | CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMIES | PER CAPITA ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY USE | ENERGY EFFICIENCY INVESTMENTS
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2013, Directions in development (Washington, D.C.), ISBN 0821395610, 348
In 1934, Lewis Mumford critiqued the industrial energy system as a key source of authoritarian economic and political tendencies in modern life. Recent debate... 
Industry & industrial studies | Energy consumption | Infrastructure Economics and Finance | Infrastructure | BUS032000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Energy | Public Sector Development | Fossil Fuel Subsidies-Electricity Tariff Reforms-Fiscal Reforms-Safety Nets-Affordability-energy Efficiency-Energy Regulation-Targeted Subsidies-Lifeline Tariffs-Welfare Impact of Subsidy Removal | Developing countries | Energy policy | Poor | Energy assistance | PRIMARY ENERGY | ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCTS | TONS OF CARBON | TYPES OF ENERGY | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | ENERGY SYSTEMS | WASTE | ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING | COMMITMENT TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY | GREENHOUSE GAS | ENERGY RESEARCH | CLIMATE | END-USE CONSUMPTION | DISTRICT HEATING | ECONOMIC GROWTH | ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDERS | CERTIFICATION CENTER | ENERGY PRICING | RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT | PRINCIPAL-AGENT | WASTEWATER TREATMENT | ENERGY PRICES | ENERGY NEEDS | ENERGY PRODUCTION | BALANCE | ELECTRIC POWER | ENERGY CONSERVATION | POLLUTION | ENERGY OUTLOOK | FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE | PERFORMANCE STANDARDS | ENERGY AUDIT | TRANSACTIONS COSTS | ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE | ENERGY REDUCTION | ELECTRICITY | FOSSIL | COMMERCIAL ENERGY | CLEAN ENERGY | ENERGY DEMAND | CLIMATE CHANGE | WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK | ENERGY EFFICIENCY | COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT | INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT | VENTILATION | COOLING | FINANCIAL RETURNS | ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS | INCOME | ENERGY CONSUMERS | FOSSIL FUELS | ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | ENERGY EFFICIENCY FINANCE | ENERGY MANAGEMENT | ESP | POWER | AIR CONDITIONING | INVESTMENTS IN ENERGY | ENERGY SECURITY | VEHICLES | END USE | JOBS | AVAILABILITY | EFFICIENCY GAINS | GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS | RISK MANAGEMENT | CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES | FINANCIAL SERVICES | WORLD ENERGY | EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT | ENERGY PERFORMANCE | OIL COMPANY | COAL | DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEMS | UTILITY DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS | OIL PRICES | ENERGY SAVINGS | METHANE | CARBON FINANCE OPERATIONS | RENEWABLE ENERGY | LOWER COSTS | FUEL | ENERGY SERVICE COMPANY | MARKET FOR ENERGY | ENERGY SUPPLY | CERTIFIED EMISSION REDUCTION | FREE ENERGY | GROWTH IN ENERGY DEMAND | QUALITY ENERGY | TRANSACTION COSTS | EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT | MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY | BARRIERS TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY | POWER GENERATION | ENERGY BILL | END-USE | COGENERATION | ENERGY BILLS | IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY | BUILDING CODES | OIL | ENERGY OUTSOURCING | ENERGY COSTS | ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT | ENERGY SERVICES | EMISSION | PENALTIES | HEAT RECOVERY | WASTE RECYCLING | CARBON FINANCE | EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL | GREENHOUSE | PROMOTING ENERGY EFFICIENCY | INVESTMENTS IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY | TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY SERVICE | EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS | LIGHTING | CARBON FINANCING | ENERGY AUDITS | HEAT | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | ECONOMIC ACTIVITY | NATURAL RESOURCES | PRESENT VALUE | END USES | PIPELINE | END USER | PORTFOLIO | RENEWABLE ENERGIES | ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKET | APPROACH | END USERS | MARKET FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS | GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT | OIL EQUIVALENT | ENERGY SERVICE COMPANIES | ENERGY SUPPLIERS | UTILITIES | ENERGY SAVINGS PROJECTS | UTILITY BILLS | EMISSION REDUCTIONS | ENERGY AUDITING | ENERGY CRISIS | CARBON DIOXIDE | ENERGY USE | LOAD MANAGEMENT | TOTAL ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY COST SAVINGS | ENERGY EFFICIENCY INVESTMENTS | ENERGY EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT
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2013, Directions in development (Washington, D.C.), ISBN 0821395610, 348
In 1934, Lewis Mumford critiqued the industrial energy system as a key source of authoritarian economic and political tendencies in modern life. Recent debate... 
Industry & industrial studies | Energy consumption | Infrastructure Economics and Finance | Infrastructure | BUS032000 - BUSINESS & ECONOMICS | Energy | Public Sector Development | Fossil Fuel Subsidies-Electricity Tariff Reforms-Fiscal Reforms-Safety Nets-Affordability-energy Efficiency-Energy Regulation-Targeted Subsidies-Lifeline Tariffs-Welfare Impact of Subsidy Removal | Developing countries | Energy policy | Poor | Energy assistance | PRIMARY ENERGY | ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCTS | TONS OF CARBON | TYPES OF ENERGY | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | ENERGY SYSTEMS | WASTE | ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING | COMMITMENT TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY | GREENHOUSE GAS | ENERGY RESEARCH | CLIMATE | END-USE CONSUMPTION | DISTRICT HEATING | ECONOMIC GROWTH | ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDERS | CERTIFICATION CENTER | ENERGY PRICING | RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT | PRINCIPAL-AGENT | WASTEWATER TREATMENT | ENERGY PRICES | ENERGY NEEDS | ENERGY PRODUCTION | BALANCE | ELECTRIC POWER | ENERGY CONSERVATION | POLLUTION | ENERGY OUTLOOK | FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE | PERFORMANCE STANDARDS | ENERGY AUDIT | TRANSACTIONS COSTS | ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE | ENERGY REDUCTION | ELECTRICITY | FOSSIL | COMMERCIAL ENERGY | CLEAN ENERGY | ENERGY DEMAND | CLIMATE CHANGE | WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK | ENERGY EFFICIENCY | COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT | INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT | VENTILATION | COOLING | FINANCIAL RETURNS | ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS | INCOME | ENERGY CONSUMERS | FOSSIL FUELS | ENERGY SAVINGS PERFORMANCE | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | ENERGY EFFICIENCY FINANCE | ENERGY MANAGEMENT | ESP | POWER | AIR CONDITIONING | INVESTMENTS IN ENERGY | ENERGY SECURITY | VEHICLES | END USE | JOBS | AVAILABILITY | EFFICIENCY GAINS | GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS | RISK MANAGEMENT | CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES | FINANCIAL SERVICES | WORLD ENERGY | EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT | ENERGY PERFORMANCE | OIL COMPANY | COAL | DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEMS | UTILITY DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS | OIL PRICES | ENERGY SAVINGS | METHANE | CARBON FINANCE OPERATIONS | RENEWABLE ENERGY | LOWER COSTS | FUEL | ENERGY SERVICE COMPANY | MARKET FOR ENERGY | ENERGY SUPPLY | CERTIFIED EMISSION REDUCTION | FREE ENERGY | GROWTH IN ENERGY DEMAND | QUALITY ENERGY | TRANSACTION COSTS | EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT | MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY | BARRIERS TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY | POWER GENERATION | ENERGY BILL | END-USE | COGENERATION | ENERGY BILLS | IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY | BUILDING CODES | OIL | ENERGY OUTSOURCING | ENERGY COSTS | ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT | ENERGY SERVICES | EMISSION | PENALTIES | HEAT RECOVERY | WASTE RECYCLING | CARBON FINANCE | EFFICIENCY POTENTIAL | GREENHOUSE | PROMOTING ENERGY EFFICIENCY | INVESTMENTS IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY | TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY SERVICE | EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS | LIGHTING | CARBON FINANCING | ENERGY AUDITS | HEAT | ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | ECONOMIC ACTIVITY | NATURAL RESOURCES | PRESENT VALUE | END USES | PIPELINE | END USER | PORTFOLIO | RENEWABLE ENERGIES | ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKET | APPROACH | END USERS | MARKET FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS | GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT | OIL EQUIVALENT | ENERGY SERVICE COMPANIES | ENERGY SUPPLIERS | UTILITIES | ENERGY SAVINGS PROJECTS | UTILITY BILLS | EMISSION REDUCTIONS | ENERGY AUDITING | ENERGY CRISIS | CARBON DIOXIDE | ENERGY USE | LOAD MANAGEMENT | TOTAL ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | ENERGY COST SAVINGS | ENERGY EFFICIENCY INVESTMENTS | ENERGY EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT
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03/2011, Water and sanitation program technical paper
The report draws on a Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) study from 2008 which made a comparative analysis of 23 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)-looking at seven... 
FREE WATER | SERVICE IMPROVEMENT | WATER AUTHORITY | HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS | SANITATION SERVICES | WATER RESOURCES | SERVICE DELIVERY | RESOURCE CONSERVATION | SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY | SANITATION PROGRAM | URBAN WATER SUPPLY | BULK CONSUMERS | HIGH WATER LOSSES | PRICE DETERMINATION | DELIVERY OF WATER | OPERATIONAL PRACTICES | USER CHARGES | WATER TREATMENT PLANT | DISTRIBUTION NETWORK | BLOCK TARIFF | WATER TARIFFS | HOUSE CONNECTIONS | SANITATION SECTOR | CONNECTION CHARGES | FLOW METERS | SOLID WASTE | OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY | PUBLIC WATER | CITY WATER | SERVICE STANDARDS | VOLUMETRIC CHARGE | PUMPING | URBAN AREAS | REGULATORY REFORM | METER READINGS | USERS | CONSUMPTION OF WATER | MUNICIPAL SERVICE PROVIDERS | PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS | SERVICE PROVIDER | COLLECTION EFFICIENCY | PUBLIC HEALTH | VOLUMES OF WATER | FIXED CHARGES | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | WATER SUPPLY SERVICES | MUNICIPAL WATER | DECISION MAKERS NEED | OVERHEAD TANK | SEWAGE TREATMENT | WATER CONSERVATION | WATER DEMAND | WATER LOSSES | URBAN WATER SECTOR | OPERATOR CONTRACT | SANITATION | WATER UTILITIES | WATER DEPARTMENT | HIGH LEVELS | LEAKAGE | CONSUMPTION CHARGES | OPERATIONAL COSTS | INTERMITTENT WATER SUPPLY | DOMESTIC CONSUMERS | TARIFF RATES | BLOCK TARIFFS | LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | WATER SOURCE | BULK SUPPLY | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | PUMPS | COST RECOVERY | SLUM DWELLERS | URBAN SERVICE DELIVERY | SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT | CONNECTION | WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS | METROPOLITAN CITIES | WATER PRESSURE | SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT | USE OF WATER | URBAN WATER SERVICES | MAINTENANCE COSTS | URBAN WATER | PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEERING | FIXED CHARGE | HOUSEHOLDS | MARGINAL COST | CASH FLOW | HOUSEHOLD BILLS | ALTERNATIVE WATER SOURCES | MONTHLY CHARGE | WATER BILL | EFFICIENT BILLING | URBAN LOCAL | WATER SAVINGS | REGULATORY STRUCTURES | VOLUME OF WATER | WATER CHARGES | CONNECTION FEE | LEAK REPAIRS | ALTERNATIVE WATER | IMPROVING SERVICE DELIVERY | SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS | DOMESTIC CONNECTION | REDUCING WATER LOSSES | WATER TARIFF | SEWERAGE | DRINKING WATER | MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE | COSTS OF WATER SUPPLY | RURAL WATER SUPPLY | OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS | PUBLIC UTILITIES | CUBIC METER | TARIFF REVISIONS | WATER COVERAGE | METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY | RURAL WATER | ACCESS TO WATER | CONNECTION CHARGE | CONNECTION COSTS | ILLEGAL CONNECTION | METERING | MONTHLY WATER | TARIFF STRUCTURE | WATER CHARGE | WASTAGE | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | PUBLIC TAPS | ANNUAL WATER CHARGE | MONTHLY BILLS | SERVICE PROVISION | TARIFF LEVEL | WATER SOURCES | COST OF WATER | PIPE LAYING | DECISION MAKERS | MONTHLY WATER BILLS | TARIFF REFORM | QUALITY OF SERVICE | CONNECTED HOUSEHOLDS | METER READING | WATER SECTOR | PUBLIC SERVICE PROVIDERS | AUGMENTATION | DISCONNECTION FOR NONPAYMENT OF BILLS | WATER SERVICES | REVENUE GENERATION | TARIFFS FOR WATER SUPPLY | TARIFF LEVELS | WATER TREATMENT | WATER RESOURCE | DOMESTIC USERS | WATER SERVICE | SERVICE PROVIDERS | SLUM DWELLER | LIFELINE BLOCK | HOUSE CONNECTION
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08/2014
This study explores the potential of prepaid meters for serving urban poor communities. It provides urban utilities, oversight agencies, and other stakeholders... 
FREE WATER | MUNICIPAL WATER DEPARTMENTS | SERVICE IMPROVEMENT | LIFELINE TARIFF | LOCAL AUTHORITIES | SANITATION SERVICES | SERVICE DELIVERY | PUBLIC STANDPIPES | SANITATION PROGRAM | URBAN WATER SUPPLY | UTILITIES CORPORATION | BULK METERS | HIGH WATER | PERFORMANCE DATA | WATER CUSTOMERS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | WATER SYSTEMS | DISTRIBUTION NETWORK | ACCESS TO SERVICES | BLOCK TARIFF | POTABLE WATER | WATER TARIFFS | HOUSE CONNECTIONS | DEMAND MANAGEMENT | WATER CONNECTION | OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY | PUBLIC WATER | USERS OF WATER | CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT | SANITATION UTILITIES | PAYMENT FOR WATER | URBAN AREAS | WATER METER | METER READINGS | PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS | RECHARGE | SERVICE PROVIDER | VOLUMES OF WATER | MUNICIPAL WATER | WATER CONSERVATION | WATER DEMAND | WATER USER | DEMAND FOR WATER | CASH FLOWS | CIVIL SOCIETY | SANITATION | WATER UTILITIES | LOW WATER PRESSURE | DOMESTIC CONNECTIONS | SUPPLY OF WATER | FIXED TARIFF | WATER SUPPLY INTERRUPTIONS | WATER CONNECTIONS | WATER UTILITY | WATER NEEDS | CROSS-SUBSIDIES | WATER ALLOCATION | WATER BILLS | WATER SUPPLY | BLOCK TARIFFS | LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | TOILETS | COST RECOVERY | AFFORDABLE WATER | AFFLUENT | WATER ASSOCIATION | CITY COUNCIL | WATER POINT | WATER METERS | WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS | WATER PRESSURE | UTILITY STAFF | MAINTENANCE COSTS | URBAN WATER | WATER METERING | SANITARY ENGINEER | HOUSEHOLDS | PUBLIC WELLS | CASH FLOW | HYGIENE | LOW WATER | CHEAPER WATER | ALTERNATIVE WATER | DOMESTIC CONNECTION | COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT | FLUSH TOILETS | WATER PRICES | TARIFF SYSTEM | SUPPLY INTERRUPTIONS | LIFELINE TARIFFS | SAND | CROSS-SUBSIDIZATION | MOVING PARTS | ACCESS TO WATER | WATER CONSUMPTION | WELLS | HOUSEHOLD CONNECTION | SMALL PRIVATE PROVIDERS | TOWN | WATER LOSS | CUSTOMER RELATIONS | SMALL TOWNS | SERVICE PROVISION | URBAN SETTLEMENTS | URBAN UTILITIES | WATER SOURCES | COST OF WATER | SUPPLY WATER | URBAN CENTERS | PRIVATE OPERATORS | CERTIFICATION | URBAN POPULATIONS | INDIVIDUAL CONNECTIONS | WATER USERS | WATER POINTS | RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS | CHEAP WATER | METER READING | PUBLIC STANDPIPE | EQUITABLE ACCESS | FINANCIAL VIABILITY | WATER SECTOR | MUNICIPALITIES | WATER SERVICES | BOREHOLES | WATER VENDORS | WATER SYSTEM | LAUNDRY | NATIONAL WATER | ADEQUATE WATER | DOMESTIC USERS | UTILITIES | WATER SERVICE | SAFE WATER | SERVICE PROVIDERS | ACCOUNTABILITY TO CUSTOMERS | WATER SUPPLIES | HOUSE CONNECTION
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05/2000, Viewpoint
Unless energy can be produced and delivered more cheaply, it will stay beyond the reach of many of the poor. For energy delivered through networks, the costs... 
GAS MARKET LIBERALIZATION | SERVICE DELIVERY | DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY | GDP | FIXED COSTS | LOW-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION | BULK ELECTRICITY | PRICE OF GAS | BULK POWER MARKET | CONSUMERS | EMPLOYMENT | GAS PRICES | GENERATORS | ENERGY SUBSIDIES | GAS MARKET | ELECTRICITY REFORM | TOTAL COST OF ELECTRICITY | GRID SYSTEMS | ENERGY PRODUCTION | GAS NETWORKS | ENERGY SECTOR MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE | VARIABLE COSTS ENERGY SECTOR REFORM | GRID EXTENSIONS | HIGH-VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION | GENERATION COSTS | ELECTRICITY | NATURAL MONOPOLY | RURAL HOUSEHOLDS | LOW-VOLTAGE | ENERGY SECTOR NETWORKS | BULK POWER | CONSUMPTION LEVELS | INCOME | TRANSMISSION COSTS | PRODUCTION COSTS | ACCEPTABLE TARIFFS | FUELS | ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY | PRICE CAP | INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY | LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | HIGH-VOLTAGE SYSTEM | GRID | COMPETITION (ECONOMIC) | ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES | NEW ENTRANTS | THERMAL EFFICIENCY | TRANSMISSION | CPI | PURCHASING POWER | CENTRAL PLANNING | COAL PLANT | GENERATOR | ECONOMIC EFFECTS | COAL | BULK PRICES | GAS GENERATING UNITS | ELECTRICITY PRICING | INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCERS | POOR POPULATIONS | DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS | ELECTRICITY TARIFF | FUEL | PURCHASE PRICE | THERMAL PLANTS | LIFELINE TARIFFS | ELECTRICITY PRICES | PRIVATE OWNERSHIP | ELECTRICITY SYSTEMS | GRID SERVICES | POWER GENERATION | POWER PLANT | ECONOMIC RESEARCH | OIL | DOLLARS PER MEGAWATT | RURAL POPULATIONS | ENERGY COSTS | ENERGY SERVICES | DOLLARS PER MEGAWATT-HOUR | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION | GRIDS | GAS GENERATION | UTILITY EMPLOYEES | COMPETITIVE ELECTRICITY MARKET | ENERGY SECTOR | LIGHTS | INCENTIVES | MONOPOLIES | FUEL PRICES | POWER DISTRIBUTION | METER READING | TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE | ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY | GRID PROVISION | ELECTRICITY PROVISION | PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION | ECONOMIES OF SCALE | ENERGY STATISTICS | HEATING | ELECTRICITY GENERATION | GAS TURBINE | NETWORKS | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION FUND | PEAK DEMAND | SUPPLY & DEMAND | RURAL ELECTRICITY | CAPTIVE CUSTOMERS | DISTRIBUTION COMPANY | GENERATOR DISPATCH | UTILITIES | POWER SECTOR | POWER SECTOR REFORM | SAVINGS | GENERATION MARKET | KILOMETER SPUR LINE | ELECTRICITY POOL
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06/2009, Water Sector Board discussion paper series, Volume 13
The Western and Central Africa has one of the longest experiences with public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the developing world, both for water supply and... 
RESIDENTIAL CONNECTIONS | INVESTMENT DECISIONS | NUMBER OF WATER | LIFELINE TARIFF | WATER DISTRIBUTION | HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS | WATER RESOURCES | CENTRAL GOVERNMENT | WATER SALES | PUBLIC STANDPIPES | DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS | URBAN WATER SUPPLY | FIXED COSTS | COLLECTION OF WATER | PERFORMANCE DATA | PRIVATE COMPANIES | USER CHARGES | PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY SERVICES | WATER TARIFFS | ACCESS TO SAFE WATER | SANITATION SECTOR | WATER CONNECTION | GROUND WATER | OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY | PUBLIC WATER | PUBLIC WATER UTILITIES | BASIC SANITATION | POLLUTION | SALTWATER INTRUSION | PAYMENT FOR WATER | URBAN AREAS | USERS | COLLECTION PERFORMANCE | SERVICE PROVIDER | LITERS PER CAPITA PER DAY | WATER SUPPLY UTILITY | RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER | FIXED CHARGES | WATER SUPPLY SERVICES | PROVIDING WATER SUPPLY | MUNICIPAL WATER | SUSTAINABLE WATER | PERFORMANCE INDICATORS | WATER LOSSES | CASH FLOWS | NUMBER OF WATER CONNECTIONS | CIVIL SOCIETY | WATER DEPARTMENT | NATIONAL UTILITIES | REGULATORY AGENCY | POOR URBAN HOUSEHOLDS | SMALL-SCALE WATER | CONTINUITY OF SERVICE | WATER BUDGETS | LOCAL PARTNERS | OPERATIONAL COSTS | CONNECTION PROGRAM | CROSS-SUBSIDIES | SANITATION UTILITY | WATER BILLS | WATER SUPPLY | CONNECTION RATE | LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | OWNERSHIP OF WATER | WATER SOURCE | COST RECOVERY | SERVICE QUALITY | WASTEWATER SERVICES | AFFLUENT | WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT | WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | URBAN WATER SERVICES | MAINTENANCE COSTS | URBAN WATER | DEVELOPMENT OF WATER SUPPLY | HOUSEHOLDS | BILL COLLECTION | CASH FLOW | ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER | PIPED WATER | WATER INFRASTRUCTURE | CAPACITY BUILDING | SANITATION SERVICE | WATER SUPPLY ASSETS | PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY | WASTEWATER COLLECTION | CONNECTION FEE | DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS | PROGRAMS | ASSET OWNERSHIP | NUMBER OF CONNECTIONS | REDUCING WATER LOSSES | WATER TARIFF | COLLECTION OF BILLS | INTERNAL PLUMBING | SEWERAGE | WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK | SEWERAGE SYSTEMS | SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLY | RURAL WATER SUPPLY | SEWERAGE SYSTEM | AVERAGE WATER TARIFF | PUBLIC UTILITIES | CUBIC METER | QUALITY STANDARDS | WATER COVERAGE | MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY | PUBLIC MANAGEMENT | URBAN DWELLERS | LARGE CITIES | URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS | POWER GENERATION | RURAL WATER | TARIFF REVENUES | ACCESS TO WATER | METERING | PRIVATE OPERATOR | TARIFF STRUCTURE | HOUSEHOLD CONNECTION | WASTEWATER | CONNECTION COST | BILATERAL AGENCIES | OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE | SMALL TOWNS | SANITATION SERVICE PROVIDERS | FINANCIAL INCENTIVES | SERVICE PROVISION | WATER SAMPLES | NATIONAL WATER SUPPLY | TARIFF LEVEL | URBAN UTILITIES | WATER SOURCES | COST OF WATER | UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION | WATER COMPANIES | WATER PRODUCTION | PHYSICAL LOSSES | URBAN RESIDENTS | DECISION MAKERS | PUBLIC WATER UTILITY | TOWNS | URBAN CENTERS | PRIVATE OPERATORS | WATER COMPANY | URBAN POPULATIONS | INDIVIDUAL CONNECTIONS | QUALITY OF SERVICE | RUN WATER UTILITY | WATER POINTS | RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS | DISCHARGE | TARIFF INCREASE | SEWERAGE OPERATIONS | SERVICE CONTRACTS | INVESTMENT PROGRAM | FINANCIAL VIABILITY | SERVICE CONTINUITY | WATER SECTOR | PROVISION OF WATER SUPPLY | CONCESSION CONTRACTS | REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT | BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY | PUBLIC UTILITY | CASH-FLOWS | PROVISION OF WATER | BOREHOLES | TARIFF LEVELS | NATIONAL WATER | SERVICE AREA | WATER RESOURCE | WATER SUPPLY SERVICE | MONITORING PROGRAM | TARIFF POLICY | WATER SERVICE | CONSTRUCTION | URBAN WATER UTILITIES | TARIFF ADJUSTMENTS
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03/2006, ESMAP technical paper, Volume 95
This project had the following objectives: to undertake a detailed assessment for four countries of the steps taken to reform the energy sector and their... 
HOUSEHOLD CONNECTIONS | RURAL ENERGY | ELECTRICITY SALES | USE OF GAS | POWER PRODUCTION | POWER CORPORATION | OIL REFINERY | GRID ELECTRICITY | TRANSITIONS | ENERGY RESEARCH | TRANSMISSION CAPACITY | ENGINEERS | HOUSEHOLD ENERGY USE | OIL PRODUCTS | TYPES OF FUEL | PETROL | THERMAL POWER GENERATION | DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES | REFINERIES | ENERGY NEEDS | ENERGY SECTOR MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE | ELECTRICITY ­ PRICE | ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES | ENERGY SECTOR REFORM | DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY | ELECTRIC GRID | ELECTRICITY SUPPLY | ELECTRICITY UTILITY | GENERATION | AFFORDABLE ENERGY | ELECTRICITY | KEROSENE USE | VOLTAGE | ENERGY DEMAND | PATTERNS OF ENERGY USE | PETROLEUM | RURAL HOUSEHOLDS | ALTERNATIVE FUELS | FUEL TYPE | COOK STOVES | ELECTRICITY COMPANY | LOW-VOLTAGE | ELECTRICITY REGULATOR | COVERS | USE OF ELECTRICITY | GRID CONNECTION | KEROSENE | INCOME | PRICE ELASTICITY | ENERGY POLICIES | DISTRIBUTION UTILITIES | PETROLEUM SECTOR | ENERGY DEVELOPMENT | FUELS | GRID EXTENSION | COAL SUPPLY | POWER | REFINED PRODUCTS | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM | WATER HEATING | ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES | ACCESS TO ENERGY SERVICES | ENERGY SOURCES | ENERGY PLANNING | ENERGY SECURITY | FUEL COSTS | AVAILABILITY | FUELWOOD | ENERGY SOURCE | ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAMS | TOOLS | SPACE HEATING | ENERGY EXPENDITURE | ENERGY REFORMS | FUEL SWITCHING | LIVING STANDARDS | COAL | ACCESS TO MODERN ENERGY | INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCERS | POOR POPULATIONS | ELECTRICITY TARIFFS | POWER STATIONS | RENEWABLE ENERGY | ELECTRICITY TARIFF | POWER UTILITIES | FUEL | ENERGY SUPPLY | REFRIGERATION | THERMAL PLANTS | GENERATION COMPANIES | THERMAL POWER | LIVING CONDITIONS | PUBLIC UTILITIES | LIFELINE TARIFFS | SOURCE OF ENERGY | WHOLESALE POWER | POWER GENERATION | ENERGY RESOURCES | MODERN ENERGY SERVICES | ENERGY LADDER | GAS TURBINES | KEROSENE CONSUMPTION | ACCESS TO ENERGY | HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION | BIOMASS | HOUSEHOLD FUEL | GAS | CRUDE OIL | ALTERNATIVE METHODS | RURAL ELECTRIFICATION | PILOT PROJECTS | OIL COMPANIES | GENERATION CAPACITY | HOUSEHOLD ENERGY | ELECTRICITY GRID | MODERN FUELS | POWER PRODUCERS | DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES | POWER STATION | DOMESTIC ELECTRICITY DEMAND | GENERATION ASSETS | THERMAL POWER PLANTS | EXCLUSIVE USE | PRIVATE ELECTRICITY | CHARCOAL | TRANSPORT | ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY | ELECTRICITY SECTOR | COST OF ELECTRICITY | ELECTRICITY USE | ENERGY INDUSTRY | RELIABILITY OF SUPPLY | NEW POWER PLANT | ELECTRICITY GENERATION | FUEL SUPPLY | PETROLEUM MARKETS | IMPACT OF ENERGY SECTOR | TRANSPORT INDUSTRY | BATTERIES | FORMS OF ENERGY | OIL EQUIVALENT | ENERGY SECTOR REFORMS | WOOD FUEL | APPLIANCE OWNERSHIP | THERMAL POWER PLANT | PETROLEUM PRODUCTS | UTILITIES | POWER SECTOR | USE OF ENERGY | ELECTRICITY COVERAGE | POWER SECTOR REFORM | TRANSMISSION UTILITY | ELECTRICITY CONNECTIONS | ENERGY USE | FUEL USE | ELECTRICITY ACCESS | ENERGY PLANNERS
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House | Small Business Administration | Health services | Northern Mariana Islands | Oceanography | Petroleum industry | Claims processing | Lake Elsinore, Calif | Elections | Washington, George (1789 Bills and resolutions relative to Birthday: recognize (see H.R. 75), 329 WASHINGTON-LINCOLN RECOGNITION ACT Bills and resolutions Enact (see H.R. 75), 329 WATER Water supply and use Bills and resolutions Chesapeake Bay: improve and reauthorize the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program (see H.R. 16), 327 Colorado: authorize construction of the Arkansas Valley Conduit (see S. 134), 339 Corps of Engineers: conduct a study to determine the feasibility of carrying out a water supply project for Rialto, Fon-tana, and Colton, CA (see H.R. 13), 327 Corps of Engineers: provide beach nourishment for a water resources development project (see H.R. 68), 329 Dept. of the Interior: allow for the renegotiation of the payment schedule of contracts with the Redwood Valley Country Water District (see S. 1112), 335 Dept. of the Interior: authorize participation in Eastern Municipal Water District Recycled Water System Pressurization and Expansion Project (see H.R. 30), 327 Dept. of the Interior: authorize participation in Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District, CA, projects (see H.R. 31), 327 Dept. of the Interior: authorize participation in Inland Empire regional recycling project and Cucamonga Valley Water District recycling project (see S. 1054), 331 Dept. of the Interior: construct facilities to provide water for irrigation, municipal, domestic, military, and other uses from the Santa Margarita River in California (see H.R. 29), 327 Dept. of the Interior: limit authority to claim title or other rights to water absent specific direction of law or to abrogate, injure, or otherwise impair any right to the use of any quantity of water (see H.R. 307), 339 Ecology and environment: establish marine and freshwater research, development, and demonstration programs to control and eradicate invasive species, educate the public, and restore ecosystems (see H.R. 260), 337 Marin County, CA: enable a Bureau of Reclamation partnership with the North Bay Water Reuse Authority and other regional partners to achieve water supply, water quality, and environmental restoration objectives (see S. 1472), 335 Native Americans: provide compensation to the Lower Brule and Crow Creek Sioux Tribes of South Dakota for damage to tribal land caused by Pick-Sloan projects along the Missouri River (see S. 160), 332 San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund: authorize appropriations (see H.R. 123), 331 San Joaquin River: implement restoration settlement (see S. 27), 327 Twenty-First Century Water Commission: establish (see H.R. 135), 331 Wetlands: impose limitations on wetlands mitigation activities carried out through the condemnation of private property (see H.R. 110), 330 Remarks in House Dept. of the Interior: participation in Inland Empire regional recycling project and Cucamonga Valley Water District recycling project (H.R. 122), 356 FERC: Native Americans: provide compensation to the Lower Brule and Crow Creek Sioux Tribes of South Dakota for damage to tribal land caused by Pick-Sloan projects along the Missouri River (H.R. 155), 348 FERC: San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund: authorize appropriations (H.R, 123), 357 WATER POLLUTION Water pollution Bills and resolutions Airports: conduct a study to assess and reduce the adverse environmental impacts of ground and flight operations (see H.R. 204), 334 San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund: authorize appropriations (see H.R. 123), 331 Wetlands: impose limitations on wetlands mitigation activities carried out through the condemnation of private property (see H.R. 110), 330 Remarks in House San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund: authorize appropriations (H.R. 123), 357 WATERWAYS Rivers and waterways Bills and resolutions Chesapeake Bay: improve and reauthorize the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program (see H.R. 16), 327 Colorado: authorize construction of the Arkansas Valley Conduit (see S. 134), 339 Corps of Engineers: provide beach nourishment for a water resources development project (see H.R. 68), 329 Louisiana: authorize the Morganza to the Gulf of Mexico project for hurricane and storm damage reduction (see S. 123), 333 San Joaquin River: implement restoration settlement (see S. 27), 327 Water: establish marine and freshwater research, development, and demonstration programs to control and eradicate invasive species, educate the public, and restore ecosystems (see H.R. 260), 337 WE THE PEOPLE ACT Bills and resolutions Enact (see H.R. 300), 339 Remarks in House Enact (H.R. 300), 374 WEAPONS Military weapons Weapons Bills and resolutions Commission To Assess the Threat to the U.S. From Electromagnetic Pulse Attack: extend deadline for submission of final report, appoint additional members, and ensure availability of funds (see H.R. 61, 62), 328 Domestic violence: encourage States and localities to implement gun confiscation policies, reform stalking laws, create integrated domestic violence courts, and hire additional personnel for entering protection orders (see H.R. 203), 334 Firearms: establish national standard to allow State concealed handgun carrying licenses to be valid in other States (see S. 388), 335 Firearms: protect and enforce the right to obtain and use firearms for security, self-defense, and other legitimate purposes (see H.R. 73), 329 Firearms: regulation of transfers at gun shows (see H.R. 96), 330 Remarks in House Firearms: establish national standard to allow State concealed handgun carrying licenses to be valid in other States (H.R. 226), 363 WEATHER Weather Bills and resolutions Federal aid programs: extend availability of supplemental social services block grant funding (see H.R. 184), 333 Hurricanes: establish an independent, Presidentially-appointed commission to assess the circumstances related to the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina (see H.R. 265), 338 LIHEAP: limit funding for home heating purposes (see H.R. 153), 332 Louisiana: authorize the Morganza to the Gulf of Mexico project for hurricane and storm damage reduction (see S. 123), 333 NOAA: reorganize (see H.R. 250), 337 Oceans: establish a national ocean policy, strengthen NOAA, and establish a national and regional ocean governance structure (see H.R. 21), 327 WEBRE, CRAIG Bills and resolutions Tribute (see H. Res. 21), 337 WEST VIRGINIA West Virginia Bills and resolutions Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area: establish (see S. 289), 340 Remarks in House Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area: establish (H.R. 319), 378 WETLANDS Wetlands and marshes Bills and resolutions Water pollution: impose limitations on wetlands mitigation activities carried out through the condemnation of private property (see H.R. 110), 330 WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS SYSTEM Wild and scenic rivers Bills and resolutions Fossil Creek: designate segments as components of the Wild and Scenic Rivers System (see S. 86), 334 WILDERNESS AREAS Wilderness areas Bills and resolutions Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (see S. 2316), 328 Idaho: promote economic development and recreational use of National Forest System land, designate certain land as the Boulder-White Cloud Management Area, and add land to National Wilderness Preservation System (see H.R. 222), 335 Remarks in House Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (H.R. 39), 353 WILDLIFE Wildlife and wildlife conservation Bills and resolutions Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (see S. 2316), 328 Remarks in House Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (H.R. 39), 353 WILDLIFE REFUGES Wildlife refuges Bills and resolutions Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (see S. 2316), 328 Remarks in House Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: preserve the Arctic coastal plain as wilderness (H.R. 39), 353 WILLIAMS, MABLE Remarks in House Tribute, 377 WINSTON-SALEM, NC Winston-Salem, N.C. Remarks in House Wake Forest University: tribute to football team, 306 WOMEN Women Addresses Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Karen Stevenson, 370 Bills and resolutions Dept. of HHS: make grants to nonprofit tax-exempt organizations for the purchase of ultrasound equipment to provide free examinations to pregnant women needing such services (see H.R. 223), 335 FDA: withdraw approved application for the drug known as RU-486 and review process by which the FDA approved such drug (see H.R. 63), 329 Families and domestic relations: require certain family planning projects and programs provide pamphlets containing adoption center contact information (see H.R. 104), 330 Foreign policy: denounce practices of female genital mutilation, domestic violence, honor killings, and other gender-based persecutions, and encourage participation, protection, recognition, and independence of women (see H, Res. 32), 340 Huerta, Dolores: tribute (see H. Res. 37), 340 Insurance: coverage of minimum hospital stays for mastectomies, lumpectomies, and lymph node dissection relative to breast cancer and coverage for secondary consultations (see S. 459), 331 Insurance: require coverage of reconstructive breast surgery resulting from mastectomies (see H.R. 113), 330 Insurance: require health plans to provide direct access to services provided by obstetrician-gynecologists without a referral (see H.R. 283), 338 Medicaid: waive requirement for proof of citizenship during first year of life for children bora in the U.S. to Medicaid-eligible mothers (see H.R. 210), 334 Mental health: provide for research on, and services for, individuals with postpartum depression and psychosis (see H.R. 20), 327 Simpson-Miller, Portia: tribute (see H. Con. Res. 16), 340 Trafficking Victims Protection Act: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 270), 338 Remarks in House Breast Cancer Awareness Month: observance, 370 Dept. of HHS: make grants to nonprofit tax-exempt organizations for the purchase of ultrasound equipment to provide free examinations to pregnant women needing such services (H.R. 223), 363 Insurance: require health plans to provide direct access to services provided by obstetrician-gynecologists without a referral (H.R. 283), 369 WOMEN'S HEALTH AND CANCER RIGHTS ACT Bills and resolutions Insurance: require coverage of reconstructive breast surgery resulting from mastectomies (see H.R. 113), 330 WOMEN'S OBSTETRICIAN AND GYNECOLOGIST ACCESS NOW ACT Bills and resolutions Enact (see H.R. 283), 338 Remarks in House Eiiact (H.R. 283), 369 WORLD WAR II World War II Bills and resolutions Human rights: grieve for loss of life during the Third Reich, continue efforts for tolerance and justice, and honor transparency, accountability, rule of law, and struggle for freedom and human rights (see H. Con. Res. 17), 340 Merchant marine industry: provide a monthly monetary benefit to certain individuals who served in the U.S. merchant marine during World War II (see S. 961), 327 ZELLER, ADAM Remarks in House Boy Scouts: Eagle Scout Award recipient, 361 H. Con. Res. 2 2 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of the Congress that schools in the United States should honor the contributions of individuals from the territories of the United States by including such contributions in the teaching of United States history; to the Committee on Education and Labor. By Mrs. CHRISTENSEN, 336 H. Con. Res. 2 H. Con. Res. 3 3 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of the Congress that the United States Postal Service should issue commemorative postage stamps honoring Americans who have distin-guished themselves by their service in the armed forces of the United States; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Mrs. JO ANN DAVIS of Virginia, 336 H. Con. Res. 3 H. Con. Res. 4 4 Concurrent resolution urging increased Federal funding for juvenile (Type 1) diabetes research; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce. By Mr. GENE GREEN of Texas, 336 H. Con. Res. 4 H. Con. Res. 5 5 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing support for the designation and goals of "Hire a Veteran Week" and en-couraging the President to issue a proc-lamation supporting those goals; to the Committees on Veterans' Affairs; Armed Services. By Mr. HOLT (for himself and Mr. Brown of South Carolina), 336 H. Con. Res. 5 H. Con. Res. 6 6 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that the Supreme Court misinterpreted the First Amendment to the Constitution in the case of Buckley v. Valeo; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Ms. KAPTUR, 336 H. Con. Res. 6 H. Con. Res. 7 7 Concurrent resolution calling on the League of Arab States to ac knowledge the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan and to step up their efforts to stop the genocide in Darfur; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Ms. LEE, 336 H. Con. Res. 7 H. Con. Res. 8 8 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that the United States Postal Service should issue a commemorative postage stamp honoring victims of HIV/AIDS and recog-nizing the struggle to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS in the United States and throughout the world; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Ms. LEE, 336 H. Con. Res. 8 H. Con. Res. 9 7 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that the United States Postal Service should issue a commemorative postage stamp honoring former Representative Shirley Chisholm, and that the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee should recommend to the Postmaster General that such a stamp be issued; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Ms. LEE (for herself, Mr. Towns, Mr. Smith of Washington, Mr. McDermott, Mr. Grijalva, Mrs. Jones of Ohio, Mr. Thompson of Mississippi, Mr. Cummings, Mr. McNulty, Mr. A1 Green of Texas, Ms. Carson, Mr. Gutierrez, Mr. Holden, Mr. Conyers, Ms. Jackson-Lee of Texas, Mrs. Maloney of New York, Mr. Lantos, Mr. Abercrombie, Ms. Bordallo, Mr. Fattah, Mr. Berman, Ms. Schakowsky, Mr. Payne, Ms. Moore of Wisconsin, Ms. Linda T. Sanchez of California, Mr. Weiner, Mr. Johnson of Georgia, Ms. Castor, Mr. Meeks of New York, Ms. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, Ms. Clarke, Mr. Jackson of Illinois, Mr. Davis of Illi-nois, and Mr. Cooper), 336 H. Con. Res. 7 H. Con. Res. 10 10 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of the Congress that the tax give away since 2001 to the wealthiest 5 percent of Americans should be repealed and those monies instead in-vested in vital programs to relieve the growing burden on the working poor and to alleviate poverty in America; to the Committee on Ways and Means. By Ms. LEE, 336 H. Con. Res. 10 H. Con. Res. 11 11 Concurrent resolution entitled the "English Plus Resolution"; to the Committee on Education and Labor. By Mr. SERRANO, 336 H. Con. Res. 11 H. Con. Res. 12 12 Concurrent resolution re-quiring the display of the Ten Commandments in the United States Capitol; to the Committee on House Administration. By Mr. STEARNS (for himself and Mr. Westmoreland), 336 H. Con. Res. 12 H. Con. Res. 13 13 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress regarding the need to prevent the closure or con-solidation of post offices; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Mrs. EMERSON, 340 H. Con. Res. 13 H. Con. Res. 14 14 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing that Congress has the sole and exclusive power to declare war; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Con. Res. 14 H. Con. Res. 15 15 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that the Government of Iraq should not grant blanket amnesty to persons known to have attacked, killed, or wounded mem-bers of the United States Armed Forces in Iraq; to the Committee on Foreign Af-fairs. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Con. Res. 15 H. Con. Res. 16 16 Concurrent resolution con-gratulating Prime Minister Portia Simp-son-Miller for becoming the first demo-cratically-elected female Prime Minister of Jamaica and the first female Jamaican head of state; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Con. Res. 16 H. Con. Res. 17 17 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that the people of the United States should grieve for the loss of life that defined the Third Reich and celebrate the continued edu-cation efforts for tolerance and justice, reaffirming the commitment of the United States to the fight against intol-erance and prejudice in any form, and honoring the legacy of transparent pro-cedure, government accountability, the rule of law, the pursuit of justice, and the struggle for universal freedom and human rights; to the Committee on For-eign Affairs. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Con. Res. 17 H. Con. Res. 18 18 Concurrent resolution ex-pressing the sense of Congress that a commemorative postage stamp should be issued in honor of George Thomas "Mickey" Leland; to the Committee on Over-sight and Government Reform. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Con. Res. 18 H.J. Res. 1 1 A joint resolution proposing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mr. GOODLATTE (for himself, Mrs. Bachmann, Mr. Barrett of South Carolina, Mr. Bilbray, Mr. Bishop of Utah, Mrs. Blackburn, Mr. Burgess, Mr. Camp of Michigan, Mr. Campbell of California, Mr. Camion, Mr. Cantor, Mrs. Capito, Mr. Carter, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Coble, Mr. Conaway, Mrs. Cubin, Mr. Culberson, Mrs. Jo Ann Davis of Virginia, Mrs. Drake, Ms. Foxx, Mr. Franks of Arizona, Mr. Garrett of New Jersey, Mr. Gohmert, Mr. Goode, Mr. Hastings of Washington, Mr. Hensarling, Mr. Herger, Mr. Issa, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr. Kirk, Mr. Kuhl of New York, Mr. Lewis of Kentucky, Mr. Mack, Mr. Marchant, Mr. McHenry, Mrs. McMorris Rodgers, Mr. Mica, Mr. Gary G. Miller of California, Mr. Miller of Florida, Mr. Neugebauer, Mr. Norwood, Mr. Pence, Mr. Petri, Mr. Pitts, Mr. Price of Georgia, Mr. Ramstad, Mr. Rehberg, Mr. Reichert, Mr. Royce, Mr. Sali, Mr. Sensenbrehner, Mr. Sessions, Mr. Smith of Nebraska, Mr. Smith of Texas, Mr. Stearns, Mr. Terry, Mr. Wamp, Mr. Westmoreland, Mr. Wilson of South Carolina, Mr. Feeney, Mr. Hall of Texas, Mr. Akin, Mr. Bachus, Mr. Bartlett of Maryland, Mr. Brady of Texas, Mr. Burton of Indiana, Mr. Calvert, Mr. David Davis of Tennessee, Mr. Tom Davis of Virginia, Mr. Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida, Mr. Everett, Mrs. Emerson, Mr. Ehlers, Ms. Fallin, Mr. Flake, Mr. Forbes, Mr. Graves, Mr. Hastert, Mr. Hoekstra, Mr. Hulshof, Mr. Kingston, Mr. LaHood, Mr. Lucas, Mr. McKeon, Mr. Moran of Kansas, Mrs. Musgrave, Mr. Radanovich, Mr. Shadegg, Mr. Tancredo, Mr. Upton, Mr. Tiahrt, Mr. Weldon of Florida, Mr. Young of Alaska, Mr. Shays, Mr. Bonner, Mr. Blunt, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Deal of Georgia, Mr. Weller, Mr. Inglis of South Carolina, Mr. Shimkus, Mr. Cole of Oklahoma, and Mr. Barton of Texas), 335 H.J. Res. 1 H.J. Res. 2 2 A joint resolution proposing an amendment the Constitution of the United States regarding presidential election voting rights for residents of all United States territories and commonwealths; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. CHRISTENSEN, 335 H.J. Res. 2 H.J. Res. 3 3 A joint resolution to acknowl-edge a long history of official depreda-tions and ill-conceived policies by the United States Government regarding In-dian tribes and offer an apology to all Native Peoples on behalf of the United States; to the Committee on Natural Re-sources. By Mrs. JO ANN DAVIS of Virginia, 335 H.J. Res. 3 H.J. Res. 4 4 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to abolish the electoral college and to provide for the direct pop-ular election of the President and Vice President of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mr. GENE GREEN of Texas, 335 H.J. Res. 4 H.J. Res. 5 5 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to limitations on the amounts of contributions and ex-penditures that may be made in connec-tion with campaigns for election to public office; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Ms. KAPTUR, 335 H.J. Res. 5 H.J. Res. 6 6 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to provide that Represent-atives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respec-tive numbers, counting the number of persons in each State who are citizens of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. MILLER of Michigan, 335 H.J. Res. 6 H.J. Res. 7 7 A joint resolution proposing a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. MUSGRAVE, 336 H.J. Res. 7 H.J. Res. 8 8 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-sec-ond article of amendment, thereby re-moving the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as Presi-dent; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mr. SERRANO, 336 H.J. Res. 8 H.J. Res. 9 7 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States authorizing the Congress and the States to prohibit the act of desecration of the flag of the United States and to set criminal penalties for that act; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. EMERSON, 340 H.J. Res. 7 H.J. Res. 10 10 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution to pro-vide for a balanced budget for the United States Government and for greater accountability in the enactment of tax leg-islation; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. EMERSON, 340 H.J. Res. 10 H.J. Res. 11 11 A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to voluntary school prayer; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mrs. EMERSON, 340 H.J. Res. 11 H. Res. 6 6 A resolution providing for adop-tion of Rules of the House of Represents tives for the One Hundred Tenth Congress Agreed to Title IV of Rules in the House, 298 H. Res. 6 Agreed to Title V of Rules in the House, 301 H. Res. 6 Agreed to Title in of Rules in the House, 298 H. Res. 6 Debated, 276 H. Res. 6 H. Res. 12 12 A resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States, in collaboration with other international allies, should estab-lish an energy project with the magnitude, creativity, and sense of urgency that was incorporated in the "Man on the Moon" project address the inevitable challenges of "Peak Oil"; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce. By Mr. BARTLETT of Maryland (for himself, Mr. Udall of New Mexico, Mr. Grijalva, Mr. Gingrey, Mr. Welch of Vermont, Mr. Gilchrest, Mr. Wamp, and Mr. Udall of Colorado), 336 H. Res. 12 H. Res. 13 13 A resolution encouraging in-creased public awareness of eating dis-orders and expanded research for treat-ment and cures; to the Committee on En-ergy and Commerce. By Mrs. BIGGERT, 336 H. Res. 13 H. Res. 14 14 A resolution amending the Rules of the House of Representatives to curtail the growth of Government programs; to the Committee on Rules. By Mr. CONAWAY (for himself and Mr. Blunt), 336 H. Res. 14 H. Res. 15 15 A resolution mourning the passing of President Gerald Rudolph Ford and celebrating his leadership and service to the people of the United States; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Mr. EHLERS (for himself, Ms. Pelosi, Mr. Hoyer, Mr. Boehner, Mr. Dingell, Mr. Conyers, Mr. Kildee, Mr. Levin, Mr. Upton, Mr. Camp of Michigan, Mr. Hoek-stra, Mr. Knollenberg, Mr. Stupak, Ms. Kilpatrick, Mr. Rogers of Michigan, Mr. McCotter, Mrs. Miller of Michigan, and Mr. Walberg), 336 H. Res. 15 H. Res. 16 16 A resolution recognizing Virginia's James River as "America's Founding River"; to the Committee on Natural Resources. By Mrs. JO ANN DAVIS of Virginia, 336 H. Res. 16 H. Res. 17 17 A resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that there should be established a National Inflamatory Skin Disease Awareness Month; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Mrs. JO ANN DAVIS of Virginia, 336 H. Res. 17 H. Res. 18 18 A resolution expressing dis-approval by the House of Representatives of the totalization agreement between the United States and Mexico signed by the Commissioner of Social Security and the Director General of the Mexican So-cial Security Institute on June 29, 2004; to the Committee on Ways and Means. By Mr. GOODE (for himself, Mr. Culberson, Mr. Jones of North Carolina, Mrs. Cubin, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Feeney, and Mr. Deal of Georgia), 336 H. Res. 18 H. Res. 19 19 A resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives con-cerning health promotion and disease prevention; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce. By Mr. GENE GREEN of Texas, 336 H. Res. 19 H. Res. 20 20 A resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States Postal Service should issue a postage stamp commemorating Juan Nepomuceno Seguin; to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. By Mr. GENE GREEN of Texas, 337 H. Res. 20 H. Res. 21 21 A resolution to honor and recog-nize the achievements of Craig Webre for his 15 years of dedicated service as Sheriff of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mr. JINDAL, 337 H. Res. 21 H. Res. 22 22 A resolution expressing the dis-approval of the House of Representatives of the Social Security totalization agree-ment between the United States and Mexico; to the Committee on Ways and Means. By Mr. KING of Iowa, 337 H. Res. 22 H. Res. 23 23 A resolution disavowing-the doctrine of preemption; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Ms. LEE, 337 H. Res. 23 H. Res. 24 24 A resolution establishing the House Democracy Assistance Commission for the One Hundred Tenth Congress; to the Committee on Foreign Af-fairs. By Mr. PRICE of North Carolina (for himself, Mr. Dreier, Ms. Schwartz, Mrs. Capps, Mr. Holt, Mr. Burton of Indiana, Mr. Wexler, Mr. Boozman, Mr. Reyes, Mr. Fortenberry, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Blumenauer, Mr. Lantos, Ms. Watson, Ms. Woolsey, Mr. Ackerman, Mr. Honda, Mr. Schiff, Ms. Ros-Lehtinen, Mr. Wilson of South Carolina, Mr. Payne, Mr. Cole of Oklahoma, Mr. Hoyer, Mr. Kirk, Mr. Pomeroy, Ms. Jackson-Lee of Texas, Ms. Bordallo, and Mr. Davis of Alabama), 337 H. Res. 24 H. Res. 25 25 A resolution calling on the Board of Directors of the National High School Mock Trial Championship to accommo-date students of all religious faiths; to the Committee on Education and Labor. By Mr. ROTHMAN (for himself and Mr. Ramstad), 337 H. Res. 25 H. Res. 26 26 A resolution commending the Boise State University Broncos football team for winning the 2007 Fiesta Bowl and completing an undefeated season; to the Committee on Education and Labor. By Mr. SIMPSON, 337 H. Res. 26 H. Res. 27 27 A resolution to institute a Pay-As-You-Go rule in the House of Rep-resentatives for the 110th Congress; to the Committees on Rules; the Budget. By Mr. SPRATT, 337 H. Res. 27 H. Res. 28 28 A resolution to institute a rec-onciliation rule in the House of Rep-resentatives for the 110th Congress; to the Committees on Rules; the Budget. By Mr. SPRATT, 337 H. Res. 28 H. Res. 29 29 A resolution supporting the goals and ideals of National Mentoring Month 2007; to the Committee on Education and Labor. By Mrs. DAVIS of California (for herself, Ms. McCollum of Minnesota, Mr. Keller, Ms. DeLauro, Mr. Boswell, Mr. Hinojosa, Mrs. Tauscher, Mr. Moore of Kansas, Mr. Honda, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Davis of Illi-nois, and Mr. McCotter), 340 H. Res. 29 H. Res. 30 30 A resolution recognizing the his-toric steps India and Pakistan have taken toward achieving bilateral peace; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Res. 30 H. Res. 31 31 A resolution recognizing the Honorable Andrew L. Jefferson, Jr., on the occasion of the establishment of an endowment for trial advocacy called the "Andrew L. Jefferson Endowment for Trial Advocacy" at Texas Southern Uni-versity's Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas, 340 H. Res. 31 H. Res. 32 32 A resolution denouncing the practices of female genital mutilation, domestic violence, "honor" killings, acid burning, dowry deaths, and other gender-based persecutions and expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that participation, protection, recogni-tion, and independence of women is crucial to achieving a just, moral, and hon-orable society; to the Committee