Electricity Pricing

Electricity Pricing

The Dawn of Cost-reflective Prices and Associated Challenges in the Economy

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10-Jul-2015
REGION
Africa
Research Code: MB16-01-00-00-00
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Electricity cost is critical to developing an electricity industry and has been a contentious issue in Sub-Saharan Africa. Electricity price has not reflected the true cost of generation and supply, hampering investment in electricity infrastructure, resulting in frequent power outages, and constraining economic growth of Sub-Saharan economies. The situation is changing, with countries such as South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, and Nigeria implementing cost-reflective tariffs to sustain their electricity infrastructure and attract private investment. Implementing a cost-based tariff structure will have a lasting impact on public utilities, private power producers, and domestic, industrial, and mining consumers in the target economies.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Electricity Pricing—Key Questions this Study will Answer

Electricity Pricing—Scope of Study

Electricity Pricing—Comparative Analysis

Electricity Pricing—Urbanization Rate

Electricity Pricing—Access to Electricity

Country Overview—South Africa

Country Overview—Mozambique

Country Overview—Tanzania

Country Overview—Kenya

Country Overview—Ghana

Country Overview—Nigeria

South Africa—Status of Electricity Industry

South Africa—Regulatory Institutions

South Africa—Electricity Pricing Analysis

South Africa—Electricity Pricing Analysis(continued)

South Africa—Electricity Pricing Analysis(continued)

South Africa—Power Utilities and IPPs

South Africa—Industry and Mining

South Africa—Market Drivers

South Africa—Drivers Explained

South Africa—Drivers Explained (continued)

South Africa—Market Restraints

South Africa—Restraints explained

South Africa—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

South Africa—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing(continued)

Mozambique—Status of Electricity Industry

Mozambique—Regulatory Institutions

Mozambique—Electricity Pricing Analysis

Mozambique—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Mozambique—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Mozambique—Power Utilities and IPPs

Mozambique—Industry and Mining

Mozambique—Market Drivers

Mozambique—Drivers Explained

Mozambique—Market Restraints

Mozambique—Restraints Explained

Mozambique—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

Tanzania—Status of Electricity Industry

Tanzania—Regulatory Institutions

Tanzania—Electricity Pricing Analysis

Tanzania—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Tanzania—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Tanzania—Power Utilities and IPPs

Tanzania—Industry and Mining

Tanzania—Market Drivers

Tanzania—Drivers Explained

Tanzania—Drivers Explained (continued)

Tanzania—Market Restraints

Tanzania—Restraints Explained

Tanzania—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

Kenya—Status of Electricity Industry

Kenya—Regulatory Institutions

Kenya—Electricity Pricing Analysis

Kenya—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Kenya—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Kenya—Power Utilities and IPPs

Kenya—Industry and Mining

Kenya—Market Drivers

Kenya—Drivers Explained

Kenya—Drivers Explained (continued)

Kenya—Market Restraints

Kenya—Restraints Explained

Kenya—Restraints Explained (continued)

Kenya—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

Ghana—Status of Electricity Industry

Ghana—Regulatory Institutions

Ghana—Electricity Pricing Analysis

Ghana—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Ghana—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Ghana—Power Utilities and IPPs

Ghana—Industry and Mining

Ghana—Market Drivers

Ghana—Drivers Explained

Ghana—Drivers Explained (continued)

Ghana—Market Restraints

Ghana—Restraints Explained

Ghana—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

Nigeria—Status of Electricity Industry

Nigeria—Status of Electricity Industry (continued)

Nigeria—Regulatory Institutions

Nigeria—Regulatory Institutions (continued)

Nigeria—Electricity Pricing Analysis

Nigeria—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Nigeria—Electricity Pricing Analysis (continued)

Nigeria—Power Utilities and IPPs

Nigeria—Industry and Mining

Nigeria—Market Drivers

Nigeria—Drivers Explained

Nigeria—Drivers Explained (continued)

Nigeria—Market Restraints

Nigeria—Restraints Explained

Nigeria—Future Trends in Electricity Pricing

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

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Abbreviations (continued)

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Electricity cost is critical to developing an electricity industry and has been a contentious issue in Sub-Saharan Africa. Electricity price has not reflected the true cost of generation and supply, hampering investment in electricity infrastructure, resulting in frequent power outages, and constraining economic growth of Sub-Saharan economies. The situation is changing, with countries such as South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, and Nigeria implementing cost-reflective tariffs to sustain their electricity infrastructure and attract private investment. Implementing a cost-based tariff structure will have a lasting impact on public utilities, private power producers, and domestic, industrial, and mining consumers in the target economies.
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Author Neeraj Sanjay Mense
Industries Energy
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