At the end of 2012, the World Bank published the report, “Tajikistan’s Winter Energy Crisis: Electricity Supply and Demand Alternatives.” In response, EGI partner,
By Sarah Martin and Davida Wood
How is the price of electricity set and what exactly are consumers paying for? Are today’s electricity tariffs (or rates) too high or too low?
These questions have often been at the center of public and political debates.
Electricity Governance Initiative’s (EGI) 10 Questions to Ask about Scaling On-Grid Renewable Energy is a framework designed to facilitate multi-stakeholder engagement for improving renewable energy policy.