Part of the “10 Questions to Ask Series” which aims to build the capacity of electricity sector stakeholders—government agencies, regulators, utilities, the private sector, civil society, and others —to design and participate in policy making and implementation processes.
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Strengthening India's Appliance Efficiency Standards and Labels through Greater Civil Society Involvement...by Bharath Jairaj, Sarah Martin and Neelam Singh - November 2013
Residential use accounts for 14 percent of global energy consumption. Appliance standards alone could achieve 17 percent energy reductions in the residential sector. Although appliance efficiency standards and labeling programs (AES&L) aim to influence consumer behavior, consumers and civil...
Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countriesby Lutz Weischer, Davida Wood, Athena Ballesteros and Xing Fu-Bertaux - May 2011
This working paper identifies key components of smart renewable
energy policy in developing countries, focusing on
the power sector. It also provides recommendations
for maximizing the effectiveness of international
support for deployment of renewable energies,
Benchmarking Best Practice And Promoting Accountability In The Electricity Sectorby World Resources Institute, National Institute for Public Finance and Policy and Prayas-Pune Energy Group - June 2007
The Electricity Governance Initiative (EGI) Indicator Toolkit presents a framework to assess and promote good governance in the electricity sector.
A Governance Analysis of Electricity; India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailandby Smita Nakhooda, Shantanu Dixit and Navroz K. Dubash - April 2007
Based on experiences in India, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand, this report makes the case for greater attention to how electricity sector decisions are made -- and the need for greater public involvement and scrutiny.
An Assessment of Electricity Governance in Thailandby Decharut Sukkumnoed, Chuenchom Sangarasri Greacen, Paisan Limstit, Thawilwadee Bureekul, Sairung Thongplon and Suphakij Nuntavorakarn - October 2006
The Thai assessment was completed by the Health Systems Research Institute in partnership with Palang Thai, the Thailand Environment Institute, and King Prajadhipok's Institute. This report examines efforts to privatize the electricity sector....
Philippines Pilot AssessmentMarch 2006
The study includes analysis of the role of the new Electricity Regulatory Commission of the Philippines, and the electricity reform process.
An Analysis of Institutions and Practiceby Bharath Jairaj, Sudha Mahalingam, Sriharini Naryanan, Kirtana Chandrasekhar, M. Thimma Reddy, Surinder Kumar and Rajesh Kumar - February 2006
The assessment looks at policy processes at the central level in India, and electricity regulatory processes in the Indian States of Haryana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Assessment Reportby Indonesian Institute of Energy Economics: Dr. Asclepias Rachmi Indriyanto, Lena Herliana, Bobby Wattimena, Indra Sari, Chaerani Nisa; Nasrullah Salim, Nyoman Iswarayoga Moekti H Soejachmoen; WWF-Indonesia: Muhamad Suhud, Eka Melissa; Working Group on Power Sector Restructuring: Fabby Tumiwa; IBEKA: Tri Mumpuni; ICEL: Prayekti Murharjanti and Dyah Paramita - February 2006
The study includes analysis of the process by which the Indonesian Electricity Reform Law was developed.