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National Energy Policy

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2003
The National Energy Policy aims at establishing priorities and plans for the short, medium and long term in the sector, to ensure that the development goals of the country are met through the sustainable supply and use of energy for the benefit of all. It seeks in particular to 1) ensure energy access, 2) enhance employment creation, 3) ensure security of energy supply, 4) stimulate economic growth and development, and 5) ensure environmental and health sustainability. The Policy charges the government to 1) develop a renewable energy information programme, establish and maintain an appropriate renewable energy information system, 2) support and promote the dissemination of information and demonstration of prioritised renewable energy technologies, and 3) investigate financing mechanisms.


from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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