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Presented by Namrata Mukherjee, REEEP

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    Sustainble Energy Regulation Network: a REEEP initiative Sustainble Energy Regulation Network: a REEEP initiative Presentation Transcript

    • Namrata Mukherjee 17 th March 2008, Singapore
    • R enewable E nergy and E nergy E fficiency P artnership
      • REEEP is a global private-public partnership launched by the UK government at the WSSD (August 2002), funded by various governments
      • REEEP currently comprises more than 200 partners representing governments, businesses and NGO’s committed to accelerating the uptake of renewable energy and energy efficiency
      • REEEP is currently funded by several governments: Austria, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, US, and UK, the major donor of REEEP
      • Call for projects every year:
        • 30 projects funded in 2008 – of 100 K Euros each,
        • Replication of best practices in innovative finance and regulation and policies
      • 8 Regional Secretariats around the world and sub-networks (SERN, REIL) to give support to partners
      • REEEP aims to reduce market barriers and financial obstacles for renewables and energy efficiency and so facilitate technology transfer
      • REEEP believes in action on the ground via project activities that are targeted on policy improvements and innovative finance mechanisms
      • REEEP focuses on emerging markets and developing countries and contributes to improving access to reliable energy for the poor
      REEEP’s vision is to make energy systems sustainable
    • REEEP delivers value via Regional Secretariats REEEP Regional Office Africa REEEP Regional Office Central Europe REEEP Regional Office East Asia REEEP Regional Office Latin America & Caribbean REEEP Regional Office North America REEEP Local Focal Point MEDREP REEEP Regional Office South Asia REEEP Regional Office South East Asia & Pacific REEEP Regional Office Russia REEEP International Secretariat REEEP Local Focal Point ECOWAS
    • S ustainable E nergy R egulation N etwork
      • SERN is a sub-network of REEEP core-funded by REEEP & led by the Centre for Management under Regulation, University of Warwick (UK) since 2004:
        • Research done on regulatory mechanisms (on grid/off grid),
        • Focusing on the transfer of good practices
      • SERN transfers research outcomes on regulation from the academic world to regulators
      • SERN works with associations of regulators in:
        • Africa (AFUR, RERA), Caribbean countries (OOCUR), Eastern European countries (ERRA), and in India with TERI
      • SERN counts 350 individual members drawn from every continents
      • SERN acts - at the request of governments - as advisor to integrate renewables and energy efficiency in energy policies and regulatory frameworks
    • SERN recent activities in 2007/8
      • PUBLICATIONS
        • An annual review on countries regulation and policy
          • 2 nd edition released in 2007 with 60 countries,
          • 3 rd edition in 2008 will cover 90 countries
        • SERN literature review, SERN case studies on regulation
      • CAPACITY BUILDING
        • Lecture at the 15th Commission on Sustainable Development – Learning Centre, United Nations, New York, May 2007
        • Participation at the IEA Expert meetings on Global Best Practice in Renewable Energy Policy & CARICOM expert meeting on harmonised legislation for the reform of the electricity sector
        • Presentation to conferences and workshops of association of regulators (OOCUR, ERRA, AFUR)
      • SUPPORT TO REEEP PROJECTS on Policy and Regulation
        • Scientific advisor on a REEEP funded project on off-grid regulation and rural electrification with solar photovoltaic ESCOs in Africa
        • Input in a REEEP-UNIDO training package (CD-ROM) for regulators on sustainable energy issues in Africa
    • To contact SERN
      • The REEEP website
        • http://www.reeep.org/
      • The SERN webpage
      • http://www.reeep.org/42/sern.htm
      • To join SERN, please contact:
        • Dr Xavier Lemaire
        • Centre for Management under Regulation
        • Warwick Business School
        • CV4 7AL Coventry (UK)
        • [email_address]