Through the support of USAID's Energy Division and Power Africa, a participant in the Women in Energy Regulation Internship Program cultivated an interest in conservation and the effective utilization of energy.
Developed in collaboration with USAID’s Energy Division, the Practical Guide to Women in Energy Regulation provides an overview of the current role of women within the energy sector and identifies approaches to gender equity that consider women as employees, decision-makers and stakeholders, energy users and participants in the energy value chain.
The Tanzanian government has advanced midstream and downstream natural gas activities by instituting key pipeline safety rules, in part through the assistance and support of USAID, Power Africa and NARUC.
Through the support of USAID and in collaboration with the U.S. Energy Association, NARUC supported regulators and transmission system operators in the Black Sea region through a first-of-its-kind report on balancing resources.
Through the support of USAID’s Energy Division and Power Africa, Anitha Privatus Kaijage is developing skills and knowledge that will further her career in the energy sector via an internship at the Tanzanian regulatory agency.
Through support from USAID, Power Africa and NARUC, Tanzanian regulators have joined utility and government officials on a key plan to improve energy efficiency and electric system utilization through time-of-use rates.
Georgian Commissioner Gocha Shonia reflects on his experience and growth as a regulator during the lengthy engagement between the Georgian National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission, USAID and NARUC.
With the support of USAID and Power Africa, NARUC assisted the Nigerian Energy Regulatory Commission (NERC) to develop and issue a rule that will improve electricity reliability for large power customers and offer generators more stable revenues.