Draft power purchase agreement developed by Ceylon Electricity Board for wind power plants. Charging is based on actual energy produced - unless cannot be delivered to purchaser due to a purchaser risk, in which case the charge is based on deemed energy output.
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The Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL), with the assistance of the World Bank and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) has established the Renewable Energy for Rural Economic Development (RERED) Project, which aims to foster rural economic development through private sector and community based development models. Project targets include (a) provision of electricity access to 100,000 households through solar home systems and independent mini-grids fed by micro hydros, wind and biomass generators, (b) electrification of 1,000 small and medium rural enterprises through renewable energy resources and (c) addition of 85MW capacity through grid-connected renewable energy power plants.
Two decades of insurgency, instability, and conflict led to high rates of poverty in northern Uganda. By 2005, a measure of peace and stability had returned to the region, allowing for the demobilization and reintegration of former combatants and other war-affected populations.
In Sri Lanka, a cash-for-work program initially established to resettle 100,000 returnees following internal conflict actually assisted more than 250,000 returnees and quickly evolved into one of the largest sources of employment in the Northern Province.