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close this bookThe Role of the Private Sector in the Small-Scale Hydropower Field (SKAT - SDC, 1995, 174 p.)
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The role that the private sector can play in the public utility field is attracting increasing attention. Accordingly, the number of books, papers and conference publications on this subject is growing rapidly; any bibliography will soon become outdated. The references quoted below were used as background material for the preparation of the present publication but it is appreciated that they only skim the surface of the extensive material already available.

D Clutterbuck, Going Private - Privatisation Around the World, Mercury Books, 1991

Conference on Independent Power Producers in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines, Proceedings, Kuala Lumpur, March 1994

J P Grierson, Recycling History: Private Enterprise, Conference Paper, May 1993

Government of Nepal, Ministry of Industry, Foreign Investment and One-Window Policy, Kathmandu, 1992

Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Water & Power, Investment Opportunities in Private Sector Power Generation Projects in Pakistan, Islamabad, February 1993

Government of Philippines, Department of Energy, Prequalification Document for the Implementation of the Langogan Mini-Hydro Power Project (on a BOT basis), Manila, September 1993

Government of the United Kingdom, Department of Trade & Industry, Assessment of Private Power Generation Projects, London 1992

Government of Canada, Department of Energy, Mines & Resources, User's Guide to Small Hydro, Ottawa, May 1986

Government of Ontario (Canada), L A Gregoris, J Lang & L Moore, Canadian Utilities Policies on Private Generation, Paper submitted to Small Hydro Conference, Toronto, July 1988

K Goldsmith, Some Aspects of the Privatisation of Small-Scale Power Schemes, Paper presented to the Conference of the Electricity Supply Industry (CEPSI), November 1990

K Goldsmith, Economic and Financial Analysis of Hydropower Projects, Norwegian Institute of Technology, October 1993

K Goldsmith, The Change from Public to Mixed Financing - What Impact Will it Have, Paper presented to the Conference on Financing Hydropower Projects, Water Power & Dam Construction, Frankfurt, September 1994

Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Administration (NVE), Symposium on Hydropower - Its Potential and Environmental Properties in a Global Context, Summary Report and Contribution to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, Oslo, June 1992

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)/International Energy Agency (IEA), Implementation Agreement on Hydropower Technologies and Programmes, Paris, April 1994

OECD, Methods of Privatising Large Enterprises, Paris, 1993

Passmore Associates International, The Private Power Option for Canada, Ottawa, 1987

OLADE (Latin-American Energy Organisation), Financing Alternatives for the Energy Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean - The Power Subsector, Quito, November 1989.

Seminar on Private Sector Investment in Small Hydropower Development, Seminar Papers, Kathmandu, July 1993

The World Bank/International Finance Corporation, R A Miller & M A Sumlinski, Trends in Private Investment in Developing Countries, 1970-92, Discussion Paper N° 20, Washington DC, February 1994

The World Bank, Energy Series Paper N° 14, Financing of the Energy Sector in Developing Countries, Washington DC, April 1989

The World Bank, Energy Series Paper N° 15, The Future Role of Hydropower in Developing Countries, Washington DC, April 1989

The World Bank, Energy Series Paper N° 30, Regulation, Deregulation or Reregulation - what is needed in the LDCs Power Sector, Washington DC, July 1990

The World Bank, Energy Series Paper N° 33, Private Sector Participation in Power through BOOT Schemes, Washington DC, December 1990

The World Bank, Energy Series Paper N° 42, A Review of International Power Sales Agreements, Washington DC, August 1991

The World Bank, Samuel Paul & Arturo Israel, Non-governmental Organisations and the World Bank (Cooperation for Development), Washington DC, November 1991

The World Bank, S Kikeri, J Nellis & M Shirley, Privatisation - The Lessons of Experience, Washington DC, June 1993

The World Bank, Environment Paper N° 6, P Meier & M Munasinghe, Incorporating Environmental Concerns into Power Sector Decision Making, a Case Study for Sri Lanka, Washington DC, March 1994

The World Bank, A. Galal & M. Shirley, Does Privatisation Deliver? (Highlights from a World Bank Conference), Washington D.C., March 1994.

The World Bank, MIGA - The first five years and future challenges, WASHINGTON D.C., September 1994.

Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA), Pakistan, Major Policy Issues of Small-Scale Hydro, Seminar Working Paper on High-Head Hydropower Potential, Islamabad, February 1993

United States, Agency for International Development (AID), Foreign Investment in Nepal, a Position Paper, Washington DC, September 1992

United States, Department of Energy, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Small Hydropower Development: The Process, Pitfalls and Experience (prepared by Morrison-Knudsen Engineers Inc), 4 Volumes, San Francisco, 1985-87

World Energy Council, Report on Renewable Energy Resources, Opportunities and Constraints 1990-2020, Chapter on Small Hydropower, Madrid, August 1992

World Energy Council, Pacific/Asia Energy Financing Forum, Conference Papers, Hong Kong, November 1993

United Nations, Energy Statistics 1992

United Nations, Department of Technical Co-operation for Development, Small-Scale Hydropower Programmes in Developing Countries, Guidelines for Development, New York 1986