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The Obsolescing Bargain Redux: Foreign Investment in the Electric Power Sector in Developing Countries
As part of PESD's ongoing research on power sector reform, the program has focused on the special role of independent power projects (IPPs).
IPP Study Case Selection and Project Outcomes: An Additional Note
During 2004-06, the Program on Energy & Sustainable Development undertook a study of the experience of independent power producers ("IPPs") in developing countries.
Kenyan IPP Experience, The
Prior to the introduction of independent power projects (IPP), Kenya relied primarily on concessionary funding from multilateral and bilateral agencies to finance new power investments.
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The Effects of Power Sector Reform on Energy Services for the Poor
David G. Victor
This report examines the connections, if any, between efforts to enhance development through electrification of the world's poorest households with the parallel efforts to introduce market forces...
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Papers by Partners at Univesity of Cape Town Released on Africa's IPPs
New studies to enhance the understanding of reform and regulation of electric power infrastructure in Africa from our partners at UCT Managment Program in Infrastructure Reform & Regulation ...
Generating Power and Controversy: Understanding Tanzania's Independent Power Projects
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