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Africa/Middle East: Tanzania

NARUC Rate School

Date: May 11-15, 2015
Location: San Diego, California

To support the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory (EWURA) regulatory capacity in regulating Tanzania’s nascent natural gas sector, NARUC organized for two EWURA Staff to attend the NARUC Rate School. Supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the EWURA staff worked for a week on academic style training on tariff setting. Their attendance also aimed to further Power Africa’s goal to support transparent natural resource management.

Utility setting best practices were presented by state public utility commissions, utility companies and legal, consulting, and academic entities. The participants worked in groups to learn how to set revenue requirements during a “mock” water utility case.

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Project Dates: 2013-Present

Primary Partners:

Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority

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