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14TH ANNUAL GENERAL CONFERENCE

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From Monday 20 November 2017 -  08:00am
To Friday 24 November 2017 - 05:00pm

REGULATORY ACTIONS FOR ACCELERATING SUSTAINABLE
UTILITY SERVICES IN AFRICA

Key words: Regulatory Actions, Sustainable Utility Services

1. INTRODUCTION
This Concept Note aims to set a framework for debate over how regulatory policy and actions can help meet public policy challenges. It encourages the need to “think outside the box” about the relevance of regulatory actions in support of growth and social welfare as countries forge ahead in the arena of utility regulation and sustainable utility services in Africa.
The emergence of Regulators to promote better provision of utility services has been an important development for public governance in Africa.

The need for modern society to be sustainable is also widely recognised. The notion of ‘sustainable development’ has wide currency, its promotion is high on the agenda of many governments. A whole range of institutions, policy ideas and programmes have been established and in force; many more have been conceived on regulatory policy agendas.

Nomfundo Maseti - Full-Time Regulator Member NERSA

Nomfundo Maseti

Full-Time Regulator Member NERSA

AN EVALUATION OF THE CHALLENGES FACED IN REGULATING CROSS BORDER ASSETS – A CASE STUDY OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCE
Dr. William Gboney - Power Engineer

Dr. William Gboney

Power Engineer

RATIONAL APPROACH TO TARIFF DESIGN FOR LONG-TERM FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL SUSTAINABLITY OF THE ELECTRICITY SECTOR.
Dr Oscar Kikoyo - Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania

Dr Oscar Kikoyo

Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania

EFFECTIVE REGULATION, AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE UTILITY SERVICES IN AFRICA
Doctor Albert L. MATHA - Engineer

Doctor Albert L. MATHA

Engineer

CONDITIONS TO STRENGTHEN AFRICAN REGIONAL POWER POOLS
Monsieur NDJEBET Janvier -

Monsieur NDJEBET Janvier

VIABILITE DES SERVICES PUBLICS EN AFRIQUE : CONDITIONS ET DEFIS
M. NDEMA NJOUME Samuel - ARMP

M. NDEMA NJOUME Samuel

ARMP

TAUX DE SATISFACTION: BOUSSOLE DE RECADRAGE REGLEMENTAIRE POUR UNE ACCELERATION DU DEVELOPPEMENT DES SERVICES PUBLICS DURABLES
ENDOMO ENDOMO Jean-Israël - ARMP

ENDOMO ENDOMO Jean-Israël

ARMP

LA CODIFICATION MELIORATIVE DES SERVICES PUBLICS DURABLES
Mr. Andrew Sematimba - FASYL SA

Mr. Andrew Sematimba

FASYL SA

HOW TO MANAGE LINEAR ASSETS IN AN ENERGY UTILITY
Dr Frank Sebowa - Principal Consultant at Frank Energy Consultants Limited

Dr Frank Sebowa

Principal Consultant at Frank Energy Consultants Limited

THE HIDDEN COSTS OF UTILITY REGULATION IN PARTS OF AFRICA
Duncan Lishman - Genesis Analytics

Duncan Lishman

Genesis Analytics

PLANNING A COUNTRY’S ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE: EMERGING DEBATES FROM SOUTH AFRICA AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR REGULATORS
Eng. Ziria Tibalwa Waako - CEO, Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA)

Eng. Ziria Tibalwa Waako

CEO, Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA)

PROMOTING A SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY – ERA’S JOURNEY
Michael Maphosa - National Energy Regulator of South Africa

Michael Maphosa

National Energy Regulator of South Africa

THE POTENTIAL TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN THE USER PAY PRINCIPLE AND THE DEVELOPMENTAL STATE.
Honoré DEMENOU TAPAMO - Directeur Général Adjoint, Agence de Régulation du Secteur de l’Electricité

Honoré DEMENOU TAPAMO

Directeur Général Adjoint, Agence de Régulation du Secteur de l’Electricité

POLICIES AND MEASURES TO ACCELERATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF POWER UTILITY IN CAMEROON FROM 1990 TO 2014
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