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Rehabilitation of Electricity Power Distribution Network in Three Areas in the Gaza Strip | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People Projects Rehabilitation of Electricity Power Distribution Network in Three Areas in the Gaza Strip Rehabilitation of Electricity Power Distribution Network in Three Areas in the Gaza Strip Installation of MV switch disconnectors   Project Summary The project’s main objective is to help address the needs of the energy sector in the Gaza Strip by improving and rehabilitating the electricity networks by targeting three main areas namely East Gaza, Beit Hanoun, and Khan Younis. (...) All works were handed over to Gaza Electricity Distribution Company (GEDCO) for the operation of the utility grid. (...) The number of beneficiaries is expected to double upon connecting future electricity subscriptions that could be done through the provided extensions and upgraded electricity networks.
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Score: 1096954.8 - https://www.undp.org/papp/proj...network-three-areas-gaza-strip
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Modern SCADA systems replace the manual labour to perform electrical distribution tasks and manual processes in distribution systems with automated equipment. (...) SCADA improves the reliability of supply by reducing duration of outages while providing cost-effective operations of the distribution system. Therefore, SCADA supervises the entire electrical distribution system. (...) Source(s) SCADA Systems for Electrical Distribution. Retrieved from electrical- distribution.html#components_of_typical_scada_system> Methodology Calculate as: Numerator: Length of system monitored by ICT (km).
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Score: 1094918.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page32.html
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Managing Appliances Through/By Energy Service Interface 41 7.10. Control of Electric Vehicle 43 7.11. Distributed Energy Generation/ Injection 43 7.12. (...) Smart-i-0034, 0040, 0251 11 Distributed Energy Generation/ Injection Distributed Energy Resources (DER), small-scale power generation sources located close to where electricity is used, provides an alternative to or an enhancement of the traditional electric power grid. (...) (f) In proportion to power C/D plans, stored electric power is distributed by comparing the energy level & electric power trade can be possible based on power capacity of ESSs in the cluster.
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Score: 1085334.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...o-0031r7-use%20case_output.doc
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Malawi In 2002 the Electricity Supply Commission of Malawi was split Implemented into generation, transmission and distribution. (...) Zimbabwe In 2002, Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) was Implemented into generation, transmission and distribution companies. (...) This is undertaken as follows: National utility: the power utility undertakes electricity generation, transmission and distribution nation-wide.
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Score: 1075012.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...lt/files/2009-02/Module4_0.pdf
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Public enterprises for electric power generation, transmission, and distribution, and production, distribution of natural gas, shall be established by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia. (...) Electric power transmission, under this Law, shall be transmission of electricity from the power plants to the distributive electro-energetic objects and the consumers connected to the transmission network. Electric power distribution, under this Law, shall be taking, distribution and supply of electricity to the consumers connected to the power distribution network.
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Score: 1070359 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD15_LEG_14.pdf
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One of the main electrical products are power distribution transformers which are indispensable in today’s societies, run 24/7, and with the installed stock of transformers in developing countries expected to nearly triple by 2030. (...) By strategically supporting developing and emerging economies (where electricity demand is set to more than double by 2040), to accelerate their transformation to higher efficiency products (e.g., lighting, refrigerators, room air conditioners, electric motors and power distribution transformers), inefficient products are removed from the global market and substantial financial and CO2 emission savings achieved. (...) Adoption of energy-efficient distribution transformers will also contribute to strengthening the transmission and distribution infrastructure, help expand access to electricity and increase reliability.
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Score: 1069182.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...4e_southern_african_region.pdf
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OTU-DANQUAH ENERGY COMMISSION 2 JULY, 2014 PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Country Profile • Overview of Ghana’s Energy Situation • Nation Energy Policy target • Renewable Energy Law • Bioenergy Policy • Implementation of policy • Conclusion COUNTRY PROFILE Land Area: 238,500 km2 Population: 24,658,823 (2010 Census) Electricity Access: 74% (2013) Consumption/Capita: 443.3kWh (2012) Major Export: Cocoa, Gold, Timber, Bauxite, Oil, Electricity to Togo, Benin & Burkina Faso GHANA’S ENERGY SITUATION Bioenergy Resources —Total Wood supply for fuel 11.4 million tonnes/annum (2012) —Woodfuel supply 6.4million tonnes /annum (2012) —Municipal waste 2 million tonnes/annum (2011) —Animal waste 12.5 million tonnes/annum (2011) Electricity & Petroleum —Electricity Installed capacity 2,280MW (2012) —Electricity generation 12,024GWh (2012) —Electricity generation: Hydro 8,071GWh (67.1%) (2012) Thermal 3,953GWh (32.9%) (2012) —Transmission losses 4.3% (2012) —Crude oil production 80,000b/day (2012) NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY The overall national energy policy target is to attain 10% Renewable Energy (RE) in national energy mix by 2020. BIOENERGY POLICY DEVELOPMENT • Renewable Energy Act, 2011 (Act 832) • Bioenergy Strategy RENEWABLE ENERGY ACT • Feed-in-tariff Scheme for electricity generated from RE sources, such as biomass. Feed-in-tariff rate (FIT Rate) Renewable Energy Purchase Obligation (REPO) Connection to the transmission and distribution system • RE Fund • Biomass development FEED IN TARIFF RATE • FIT rate is guaranteed for 10 years • It is subsequently subject to review every two years. • In determining the FIT rate the following factors are taken into account: • technology being used in the renewable energy industry • costs associated with construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the plant • reasonable rate of return on investment • balance between the interest of the consumer and the investor RE ENERGY PURCHASE OBLIGATION • Power distribution utilities and bulk electricity consumers are obliged to purchase electricity generated from RE sources such as biomass. • In specifying the percentage level of electricity the following factors are taken into account: • technology being used to generate electricity from RE resources • Assurance of the financial integrity of public utilities • net effect of the cost of RE on the end user tariff CONNECTION TO THE TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM There is open access to the transmission and distribution system Sanction of ten thousand penalty unit is imposed for refusing to connect RE electricity generation to the transmission or distribution network RE FUND • RE Energy Fund to provide incentives for research, promotion, development and utilisation of renewable energy resources such as biomass. • Sources of money of the fund – Moneys approved by Parliament – Premiums – Donors – Energy Fund – Levy from the export biofuel CONTROL & MANAGEMENT OF BIOFUEL Feedstock production A licensee that has been granted a licence to produce biofuel from feedstock, shall obtain relevant permit from the Ministry of Food and Agriculture and Environmental Protection Agency.
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Score: 1063351.8 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...20DEVELOPMENT%20IN%20GHANA.pdf
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Goals and Objectives of Smart Grid Efficient and reliable transmission and distribution of electricity is a fundamental requirement for providing societies and economies with essential energy resources. (...) May also store energy for later distribution. Transmission The carriers of bulk electricity over long distances. May also store and generate electricity. Distribution The distributors of electricity to and from customers.
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Score: 1063053.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...t-o-0034r4-overview-output.doc
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New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Plateforme de connaissances sur l'agriculture familiale Généralités FamilyFarmingLex Ressources Pays et régions Thèmes Réseau de la PCAF Sources des données Rejoignez-nous New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography In-situ geophysical techniques based on electrical resistivity  tomography  were performed to determine the spatial and  temporal distribution  of heavy metals. (...) Results showed that As-like compounds were distributed mainly in shallower soil layers (0.45 m) and were characterized by lower electrical resistivity values (181–2318 Ω.m). (...) New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography. 
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Score: 1062966 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/fr/c/1605786/
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New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Plataforma de conocimientos sobre agricultura familiar Antecedentes FamilyFarmingLex Recursos Países y Regiones Temas Red de la PCAF Fuentes de datos Únase a nosotros New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography In-situ geophysical techniques based on electrical resistivity  tomography  were performed to determine the spatial and  temporal distribution  of heavy metals. (...) Results showed that As-like compounds were distributed mainly in shallower soil layers (0.45 m) and were characterized by lower electrical resistivity values (181–2318 Ω.m). (...) New insights into arsenic and cadmium distribution and origin in paddy soils using electrical resistivity tomography. 
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Score: 1062966 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/es/c/1605786/
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