Electric Utility Restructuring and Power Sector Reform

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published May 09, 2003 12:00 AM, last modified Mar 03, 2014 01:28 PM

The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) is a lead international technical advisor in China on electric utility restructuring, power sector reform, renewable resource development, the development of competitive markets, performance based regulation, demand-side management and green pricing. Following are a list of papers presented by RAP in China over the past several years.

Restructuring and the Environment: Many of the Details Matter (October 2000)

Restrucuring and the Environment (December 2000)

Regulation or Competition: The California Experience Shows Both Are Needed (October 2002)

The Role of Electric Power Sector Reform in China's Sustainable Development (October 2000)

Options for the Institutional Reform of China's Electric Power Sector Industry (January 2002)

International Experience: Incorporating Environmental Costs in Prices (November 2002)

Report on the Establishment of SERC: The State Electricity Regulatory Commission (January 2003)


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