Article from: OGEL 3 (2003), in Electricity Law and Regulation
p>For the past two decades, deregulation and restructuring of the electricity sector and creation of competitive electricity markets has been under way in Latin America, where electricity generation is dominated by hydroelectric systems. This article describes how electric sector reform has evolved, what it looks like today, and how hydro is affected.
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L.A. Barroso; T.J. Hammons (†); H. Rudnick; "Latin America: deregulation in a hydro-dominated market"
OGEL 3 (2003), www.ogel.org