Governing procurement of renewable electricity amid power sector reforms

Renewable energy procurement (REP) is gaining increasing importance globally as a policy instrument in driving energy diversification and sustainable development agendas, yet little is known about the institutional dynamics of how these policies evolve and integrate with broader energy sector reform agendas.

In this paper, we discuss the institutional changes and interactions between REP policies and electricity sector reforms in China, South Africa, and Ethiopia.

Renewable Energy
Lucy Baker, Wei Shen, Seife Ayele