Energy Sector Governance in the Era of Liberalization: A Comparative Analysis of Burkina Faso, Chile, Haiti, and Uganda
Article from: OGEL 2 (2023), in Good Governance
Continual examination of energy sector policies has been identified as necessary for efficient power sector management. This has led to reforms across the globe and especially in Africa and Southern America. In order to understand the progress made by some of these countries, this study adopted a comparative analysis to examine the power sector governance in Chile, Haiti, Uganda, and Burkina Faso. Specifically, indicators such as energy access rate, the performance of the sector (Regulatory Index), the competitiveness of tariffs, and the reliability of supply were assessed. These ...