This is a part of a project on “The Expanded Provision of Public Benefits as Power Sectors in Developing Countries are Reformed” which was initiated by the International Energy Initiative (IEI) and its collaborators. The overall purpose of this project is to develop an in-depth understanding of how, practically, the provision of public benefits can be sustained and importantly, grown, as power sectors in developing countries are reformed.
This 3 years project seeks further to establish a concrete and long-term international collaboration among developing countries, with significant participation from industrialised countries, in the area of public interest on energy. The first project activity is the production of a book on “The Expanded Provision of Public Benefits as Power Sectors in Developing Countries are Reformed” as well as undertake a series of related outreach activities.
To access the current development on the project click here to go to the energy public benefits webpage.