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Title: Review of electricity policy planning in Namibia.
Authors: Ndhlukula, Kudakwashe
Keywords: Electricity policy - Namibia
Policy planning - Namibia
Energy policy - Namibia
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: NUST, Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Institute (REEEI).
Citation: Ndhlukula, K. (2009). Review of electricity policy planning in Namibia. Windhoek: NUST, REEEI.
Abstract: Namibia’s White Paper on Energy Policy of 1998 is focussed on meeting seven energy goals; security of supply, social upliftment, effective governance, investment and growth, economic competitiveness, economic efficiency and sustainability. The same policy document states that the promotion of the use of renewable energy would be driven through the establishment of adequate institutional and planning framework, the development of human resources, public awareness and suitable financing systems. In an effort to meet these goals, a number of projects and programmes were initiated, implemented and facilitated by the Government and through partnerships with developmental organisations and the private sector.
Description: Paper first published on the REEEI website: www.reeei.org.na
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10628/160
Appears in Collections:NEI - Namibia Energy Institute

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