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Program for the Reconstruction of Electricity Infrastructure in Areas Affected by the Earthquake in Ecuador

Sectors

Energy

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Projects in this Sector: 162

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Infrastructure

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Projects in this Sector: 362

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Regulatory Development

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Projects in this Sector: 82

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Issues Raised

Community health and safety

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 260

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Consultation and disclosure

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 385

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Displacement (physical and/or economic)

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 331

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Environmental

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 272

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Property damage

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 86

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Project Information

Investment ID: EC-L1219

Bank: Inter-American Development Bank

Environmental Category: B

Country: Ecuador

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean

Approval Date: Jan. 25, 2017

Investment Types: Loans

Total Project Cost: USD 69.2 million

Total Complaints: 2

Description

The overall objective is to improve electricity service by rebuilding electricity infrastructure in the earthquake-affected provinces of Esmeraldas, Manabí, and Santo Domingo, incorporating earthquake-resistant features. The specific objectives are as follows: (i) to help reestablish electricity supply in the subtransmission systems of electricity distribution companies affected by the earthquake; and (ii) to facilitate the reliable supply of electricity service to end users by implementing distribution projects.

Investments

Investment Type ID Amount Status Bank Client
Loans EC-L1219 USD 60.0 million Planned IDB Republic of Ecuador

Implementers

Name Complaints Dispute Resolutions DR Successful Compliance Reviews Non-Compliance
Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy (MEER)