Rigorous conceptual planning and coherent implementation strategies hold the key to making sector reforms work, Updea hears

Issue 136 - 11 Apr 2008
The growing debate among planners and analysts over whether classic forms of restructuring are really necessary to create electricity supply industries that give African populations better access to power was much in evidence at Updea’s recent conference in Brussels, François Misser reports.

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