Cost-reflective tariffs


Ed’s note: Cost-reflective tariffs vs. the South African consumer

The latest court battle between NERSA and Eskom, which holds the energy monopoly, will see power tariffs increase from 116.72c/kWh to 128.24c/kWh in 2021.
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Nigeria: Gov and discos will sign a performance improvement plan

Ikeja Electric's chairman has revealed that by June this year the government and discos will sign a performance improvement plan for the supply of energy.
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Ikeja Electric signs the willing seller, willing buyer policy

Ikeja Electric has signed an agreement with Omole Phase 1 Estate, to provide reliable services to customers under the Willing Seller, Willing Buyer policy.

Global review of auction programmes

Auction programmes are now officially the preferred procurement method for contracting renewable energy capacity globally, and are set to grow in prominence. There is thus...
electricity tariffs

Should governments subsidise tariffs?

Cost-reflective tariffs are an on-going, much talked about topic but why do they continue to be problematic and what are the possible solutions? Daniel Njoroge Butti, energy economist lecturer at Karatina University, a public university in Kenya, explores this trending topic.

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