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March 18, 2024
Moroccan Regulator Drives Energy Sector Growth and Prioritizes Sustainable Development
Published in March 2024, this feature story highlights support for the Moroccan regulator to establish strong regulatory frameworks for sustainable development within the energy sector and ensure the right conditions are in place to attract private investment.
March 12, 2024
Regulators in Europe and Eurasia Launch Competitive Electricity Markets and Lay Foundation for Regional Market Integration
Published in March 2024, this feature story highlights cooperation among national regulatory authorities in the Europe and Eurasia region to couple their respective markets and become part of the single European market for electricity.
February 14, 2024
Nigerian Regulator Advances Electricity Reliability and Market Reform through Eligible Customer Rule
This feature story was published in 2017. In November 2017, NERC issued its eligible customer regulations, declaring that certain electricity customers could buy power directly from generation companies after being declared eligible by NERC. This feature story notes that these new arrangements are expected to open the flow of money and electric power in the sector, which has been bogged down by monopoly service and inflexible contractual arrangements.
February 14, 2024
Nigerian Regulators Advances Key Accounting Tool to Support Electricity Sector Improvement
Published in October 2018, this feature story documents NERC’s announcement of the implementation of USoA. As part of the announcement, NERC also set requirements that licensees file regular financial reports based on the USoA.
February 5, 2024
Internship at Kenyan Electricity Regulator Sets Young Woman on Path to Career Success
Published in February 2018, this feature story follows Monicah Kitili, who was an intern at the Kenya Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), Monicah was in the first cohort of young women participating in the Women in Energy Regulation Internship program, which fosters interest and advances career opportunities for young women in energy regulation.
February 5, 2024
Kenyan Regulator Honored For Work to Improve Energy Efficiency
Published in May 2017, this feature story highlights how Eustace Murithi Njeru of the Kenya Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) earned the honor of 2016 Energy Engineer of the Year for the Sub-Saharan Africa Region. Mr. Njeru was honored in particular for his work developing and implementing the Energy (Energy Management) Regulations, 2012, in Kenya.
February 5, 2024
Kenyan Regulators Advance Open Access Market Framework and Rule to Expand Electricity Access and Promote Regional Power Trade
Published in June 2020, this feature story highlights support for the Kenya Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) as it works toward a more transparent electricity transmission and distribution system through the development of a Transmission Open Access Market Framework and Rule, which is expected to encourage competition in the electricity sector and help spur economic growth.
February 5, 2024
The Impact of the NARUC Women in Energy Regulation Internship Program on Current and Former Interns
Published in May 2020, this feature story features perspectives from two interns - one from Tanzania and one from Kenya - about their experiences participating in the Women in Energy Regulation Internship Program.
February 5, 2024
USAID Supports Intern at Kenyan Energy Regulator to Learn 'Soft Skills' and Reach Career Goals
Published in March 2018, this feature story highlights the experiences of Margaret Jeruiyot Ayabei, who was an intern at the Kenya regulator through the Women in Energy Regulation Internship Program. She notes that the soft skills she learned as an intern would help her reach her goals and advance the goals of her future employers.
January 31, 2024
Rwandan Regulator Aims to Improve Power Purchase Agreements
Published in September 2016, this feature story highlights support for the Rwandan regulator to strengthen its ability to evaluate and review power purchase agreements. Given the significant financial implications for electricity ratepayers and Rwandan taxpayers, RURA officials want to be sure that projects are cost-effective, viable, and in the interest of consumers and the country.
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