To improve governance of electricity in Brazil and South Africa by building government and regulatory capacity to implement legislation that promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and social welfare, in line with sustainable development and public interests.
Convene a coalition of civil society, regulatory commissions, government, legislators, and utility representatives in South Africa and Brazil
Research and analyse using the electricity governance initiative indicator toolkit (developed with REEEP support) identifying weaknesses in policy and regulatory processes in Brazil and South Africa
Engage legislators, government, and regulators through the assessment process to address these weaknesses
Build on EGI partners and experiences in Asia to inform policymakers and regulators in Brazil and South Africa about how open and transparent governance can help build political support for renewable energy and efficiency programmes
Identify leverage points to influence regional integration in Southern Africa and South America to promote renewable energy, efficiency, and public interests