With the application of new storage capacity technologies, advances in the capabilities of energy networks promise to deliver not only efficiency and productivity gains but also business opportunities for remote areas in emerging countries. New technologies, including those in the fields of batteries and off-grid solutions, can potentially change the way electricity is delivered to rural and remote households, and can also supply businesses and infrastructure with energy. Communication and service delivery options can be boosted with access to information technology infrastructure. Such access is required to bridge the digital divide and realize the potential of digital services in low-income countries or frontier markets.
Mozambique Energy Sector Policy Note
This Energy Sector Policy Note is intended to support the Government of Mozambique in determining priorities for policy decisions with the aim of delivering efficiently produced, technically and financially sustainable electricity supply to the Mozambican population.
Republic of Turkey : Towards Improving the Service Quality of Electricity Distribution Companies
The objective of this review is to analyze the current status on achievement of targeted benefits from distribution privatization and identify the gaps between expectations and realizations, with a key task of proposing concrete procedures and methodologies to ensure that EMRA and other government agencies involved in monitoring and enforcing quality in electricity distribution and retail have timely access to reliable information on service actually provided by the DISCOMs to their customers.