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Restructuring and regulatory reform in the power sector

Peter Choynowski

Restructuring and regulatory reform in the power sector

review of experience and issues

by Peter Choynowski

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Published by Asian Development Bank in Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Electric utilities -- Deregulation -- Developing countries.,
    • Electric utilities -- Government policy -- Developing countries.,
    • Electric power consumption -- Developing countries.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter Choynowski.
      SeriesERD working paper ;, no. 52, ERD working paper (Online) ;, no. 52.
      ContributionsAsian Development Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC411
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3389741M
      LC Control Number2004616396

      CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The American electric power industry is undergoing dramatic changes in the way it is structured and regulated. As of September of , state utility regulators, state legislatures or both in 18 states had made the decision to implement retail competition within 5 years or less. ELECTRIC POWER SECTOR REFORM ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I Formation of Initial and Successor Companies and the transfer of assets and liabilities of the National Electric Power Authority SECTION 1. Formation of the initial holding company No.1 of 2.

      Restructuring and Regulatory Reform in the Power Sector: Review of Experience and Issues. By Peter Choynowski. A worldwide trend began in the s in both developed and developing countries to restructure their power sectors and reform their regulatory framework. The motivation in developed countries to restructure and reform was mainly Author: Peter Choynowski. Bangladesh - Power Sector Development Policy Credit Project (English) Abstract. The Power Sector Development Policy Credit Project for Governments of Bangladesh (GOB) supported by the credit cover the areas of: (i) financial stability and restructuring, (ii) private investment in generation; (iii) regulatory reform and institutional.

      Program Name: Angola – Power Sector Reform Support Program (PSRSP) Geographic Scope: Entire Nation Overall Timeframe: Expected Outputs: The key outputs of the program are: (a) power sector restructuring completed; (b) improved power sector regulatory environment; (c) File Size: 1MB. process of regulatory reform in this sector is, however, not complete and there are some “leading edge” regulatory challenges arising from the ongoing integration of the gas and electricity sectors and integration with European gas markets. The present reform agenda in this sector is thus focussing on enhancement of market frameworks that dealFile Size: KB.


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BibTeX @MISC{Choynowski04erdworking, author = {Peter Choynowski and Anil Terway and Xianbin Yao}, title = {ERD Working Paper No. 52 Restructuring and Regulatory Reform in the Power Sector: Review of Experience and Issues}, year = {}}. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Choynowski, Peter.

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