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USAID Launches New Energy Governance Program in Mongolia

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The U.S. government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), launched the five-year, $12-million Mongolia Energy Governance activity that will provide access to reliable electricity and facilitate sustainable and inclusive economic growth.  USAID Mission Director for the Philippines, Pacific Islands and Mongolia Ryan Washburn formally launched the program during his inaugural visit to the country and was joined by U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia Michael Klecheski, Mongolia’s Minister of Energy Tavinbekh Nansal, Chairman of the Energy Regulatory Commission Tleikhan Almalik, and other key stakeholders. 

 Through the project, USAID will work with key government and private sector partners to improve planning and operational performance, guide planning for new infrastructure, enable greater market competitiveness and incentivize private investment through clear and transparent…

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