African Electricity Pricing Analysis

Balancing Cost-reflective Tariffs and Government Intervention for Affordable Electricity Provision

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The aim of this study is to track changes in electricity pricing in the selected African countries and quantify the expected changes over time. The selected countries are South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Mozambique, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria and Egypt. The study provides a database with electricity pricing in US cents per kilo-watt hour according to residential, commercial and industrial end users. It also provides insight into the calculation methodology used in each of the relevant cost structures. The study also presents an easy-to-use electricity-pricing database with an overview of each country’s current system to track changes in electricity pricing.

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African Electricity Pricing Analysis, Cover SlideIntroductionCover SlideAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, Research TeamIntroductionResearch TeamAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, Table of ContentsIntroductionTable of ContentsAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, Executive SummaryIntroductionExecutive SummaryAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, Country OverviewsIntroductionSouth AfricaZimbabweZambiaNamibiaMozambiqueDRCTanzaniaKenyaGhanaNigeriaEgyptAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, ConclusionIntroductionConclusionAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, Last WordIntroductionLast WordAfrican Electricity Pricing Analysis, AppendixIntroductionAppendix




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