Table of contents for Making Africa's power sector sustainable : an analysis of power sector reforms in Africa / United Nations Economic Commission for Africa [and] United Nations Environment Programme.


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In trod uction  ...................... .. ... ........... ...... . .. .. ............................  1
1.1 Review of Past Work Done on Reforms .......................................  1
1.2  W hat D oes This Study Address? .......................................................   2
1.3  M ethodology  Used  in  the Study  .......................................................   3
O verview  of the  Power Sector .................................... ........................ ...   7
Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation.............................. .......   8
2.1 Status of the Power Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa............................... 9
2.2 Performance of the Power Sector.....................         .......... 50
3.     Status of Power Sector Reforms and Regulatory Measures ........................ 63
3.1 Description of Power Sector Reforms.......................... ....................... 63
3.2 Status of Power Sector Reforms................................. 66
4.     Socio-Economic Impacts of Power Sector Reforms............................... 77
4.1 Socio-economic Benefits of Power Sector Reforms ............................. 78
4.2 Adverse Socio-economic Impacts of Power Sector Reforms ............... 85
5.     Environmental Impacts of Power Sector Reforms.............................. . 91
6.     Lessons Learnt and  Key  Findings ............................. ................................99
7.     Policy Strategies for Making Power Sector Sustainable..........................  105
7.1 Enhancing Access to Electricity among the Poor ............................. 105
7.2 Technical Options for Improving Access to the Poor....................... 106
7.3 Ensuring the Use of Environmentally-Sound Electricity
Generation Options.....     ................................. 109
7.4 Addressing Gaps and Barriers in the Legal and Regulatory
Framework ............................................ 111



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Energy policy Africa, Power resources Africa Governemnt policy, Sustainable development Africa