Comparison of governance processes for incorporating public comment into electricity governance.

August 30, 2012

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Renewable Energy is a new concept for South African decision-makers. While renewable energy is gaining its share of the world’s energy mix, South Africa has been very slow to follow this trend…….

In order to strengthen the democratic processes of public engagement in parliament, increased resources need to be made available to build capacity of both parliamentarians and research staff. Such capacity should not duplicate knowledge and expertise available in civil society but be used to meaningfully engage with such local knowledge in order to strengthen transparent and effective decision-making”.

Liz McDaid, The Green Connection

EGI Policy brief:

Benchmarking best practice and promoting accountability in the electricity sector: A comparison of processes for incorporating public comment into electricity governance.

http://electricitygovernance.wri.org


 

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