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Lessons for Africa from India's Electrification Experience?

The fundamental lesson from the Indian experience for any country looking to rapidly accelerate expansion of electricity access is that market-based decentralized renewable energy solutions represent the fastest and most cost-effective ways to bring energy to underserved rural and peri-urban populations; but to leverage the innovation, expertise and investment of the private sector, governments must work to include such approaches in development and electrification master planning, and to develop sustainable mechanisms for compensating private operators and providers of energy services for providing a public good to society.

Indonesia Power

The 3rd Annual Indonesia Power Conference is Indonesia’s premier power event, where commercial opportunities and new projects are identified. Kate Greer, REEEP's Regional Director for Southeast Asia & Pacific will be a speaker.

Policies for Large Scale Adoption of Renewable Energy Technologies The Design of adapted Feed-in Tariffs for Developing Countries

REEEP has organised via its Sustainable Energy Regulation Network – SERN a side-event on “Policies for Large Scale Adoption of Renewable Energy Technologies. The Design of adapted Feed-in tariffs for Developing Countries” at the World Forum on Energy Regulation, in Quebec the 16thMay 2012. This is the report.

SERN Literature review 2012

A priority area for REEEP is the promotion of policies and regulatory mechanisms that support renewable energy and energy efficiency (sustainable energy). REEEP has produced via its Sustainable Energy Regulation Network – SERN this update of a review conducted by SERN of the existing literature on regulation and sustainable energy. It is a selection of 100 documents that gives a good grasp of current debates and outcomes resulting from academic research and consultancy work on this issue.


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