Tag Archives: Policy

Ghana: Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP)

Comments On The 2015 Budget Statement With Focus On The Energy Sector POWER SECTOR 1. The Power Sector as the Anchor in the Budget The budget exposed the country’s over-reliance on energy for the achieving the transformation agenda. Particularly, the fundamental pillars expected to derive the economy in 2015 are: i. The completion of Ghana’s […]

South Africa: Coal, Nuclear and Gas Lobbies Hold Back Progress Made On Carbon Policy

South Africa has made good progress on climate policy, but that could be held up by a new emerging political economy in the country that can only be described as “more coal, more nuclear, and more gas”, said Saliem Fakir of the WWF . Sadly for South Africans, while there is an understanding of the […]

South Africa: Where Is Nation’s Industrial Policy Positioned?

analysis By Saliem Fakir There are three aspects of energy supply that lend themselves to shifting the diversification of a national economy. The mix of supply should reduce dependence on any source, especially if the source creates a foreign dependence or a systems path-dependence that eventually leads to wider risks for the general economy. In […]

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