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Full Cost Recovery (Setty)

Full Cost Recovery (Setty)

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Convention on Water and Wastewater in South East Asia (Full Cost Recovery )
Convention on Water and Wastewater in South East Asia (Full Cost Recovery )

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Published by: adbwaterforall on Jul 05, 2011
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Watergy Efficiency -Expanding Water Access, ReducingOperating Costs in Asia
Sudha SettyAlliance to Save Energy
The views expressed in this paper are the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of theAsian Development Bank (ADB), or its Board of Directors, or the governments they represent. ADB does not guaranteethe accuracy of the data included in this paper and accepts no responsibility for any consequences of their use.Terminology used may not necessarily be consistent with ADB official terms.
The Alliance to Save Energy
 Non partisan, non-profit coalition of prominent business,government, environmental and consumer leaders
Created in 1978 in response to the OPEC oil embargo andresulting energy crisis
Mission: “To promote energy efficiency worldwide toachieve a healthier economy, cleaner environment andgreater energy security”
A leader in energy efficiency in all relevant sectors:
Alliance International Watergy Program
 Developing the capacity of municipal institutions indeveloping countries to distributewater and treat wastewater efficiently, saving water, energyand costs Promote public-private partnerships and local and regional policies that ensureaccess to sustainable water and energy resources for the urban poor 
Watergy Methodology –Three Stages of Development
Forming Institutional Partnerships with Government and Non-Government Institutions
Build awareness, share best practices
Build institutional capacity, develop energy policies
Implementing Water and Energy Savings Measures
Facilitate audits and implement water-energy savingsmeasures
Reduce energy use and costs, improve services
 National Outreach
Form regional networks
Promote policy reform and cost-effective public-private partnerships for efficient water-energy management
Sri LankaPhilippinesIndia
Watergy –Sri Lanka
Institutional Partner:National Water Supplyand Drainage Board, SriLanka (NWSDB)
Capacity Building
Energy Audit &Training –25Senior Engineers atAnuradhapura
Setting up Energy Saving Unit –Core group of 6 senior andmiddle level engineers /managers

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