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Author Müller-Jentsch, Daniel, 1969-

Title The Development of Electricity Markets in the Euro-mediterranean Area : Trends and Prospects for Liberalization and Regional Intergration
Published Washington, D.C. : World Bank, ©2001

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Description 1 online resource (x, 70 pages) : illustrations, map
Series World Bank technical paper, 0253-7494 ; no. 491
World Bank technical paper ; no. 491. 0253-7494
World Bank e-Library.
Contents : 1 INTRODUCTION -- 1.1 The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and Economic Adjustment -- 1.2 Global Trends in Electricity Sector Policy -- 13 The South American Reform Experience -- 1.4 A Check List: Best Practice in Electricity Sector Reform -- 2 POWER SECTOR REFORM IN THE EUROPEAN UNION -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Liberalization -- 2.3 Regulatory Institutions -- 2.4 The Development of Electricity Markets and Power Trading -- 2.5 Restructuring at the Utility Level -- 2.6 Cross-Border Electricity Markets and EU Enlargement -- 3 POWER SECTOR POLICIES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN PARTNERS -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Policy Challenges and Reform Efforts in Individual MPs -- 4 THE WAY FORWARD: NATIONAL REFORMS AND REGIONAL INITIATIVES -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Regional and National Projects -- 4.3 Interconnections and Cross-Border Trade -- BIBLIOGRAPHY: ENERGY WEBSITES AND FURTHER READING -- DIAGRAMS -- 1 Global Reform Trends in the Power Sector -- 2 Sector Reform in the Mediterranean Partners -- 3 Annual Private Investments in Latin American Power (1990-99) -- 4 Price Reductions in EU Countries (1996-99) -- 5 Market Opening in Individual EU Member States -- 6 Power Sector Reform Indicators By World Region -- 7 Private Investment in Energy Projects by Region and Type (1990-99) -- 8 Electricity Prices in Selected MPs -- BOXES -- 1 EU Institutions and EU Legislation -- 2 Energy Regulation and Competition Policy -- 3 The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) -- 4 a) The European Association of Transmission System Operators (ETSO) -- b) The Union for the Coordination of the Transmissionof Electricity (UCTE) -- 5 The Union of the Electricity Industry (EURELECTRIO -- 6 The Drawbacks of Independent Power Plants (IPPs) -- 7 Energy and the Environment -- 8 The Benefits of Good Advice and Transparent Procedures -- 9 The Development and Regulation of New Gas Market -- 10 Policy Reform and Utility Restructuring -- 11 Tariffs and Subsidies -- 12 WTO, GATT, and GATS -- 13 WB-EC Cooperation in the Accession Countries -- 14 Private Investment, Risk, and Public Sector Guarantees -- 15 The Southern African Power Pool -- 16 The Baltic Sea Electricity Ring and Power Pool -- 17 The Energy Charter Treaty -- TABLES -- 1 Selected Power Sector Indicators by Country (1998) -- 2 Status of Power Sector Reform in the 12 Mediterranean Partners
Notes At head of title: World Bank/European Commission Programme on Private Participation in Mediterranean Infrastructure
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 67-70)
Notes English
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Subject Electric utilities -- European Union countries
Electric utilities -- Mediterranean Region
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Power Resources -- Electrical.
Electric utilities
International economic relations
ELECTRICITY.
ELECTRIC POWER.
ENERGY RESOURCES.
REGIONAL COOPERATION.
ECONOMIC INTEGRATION.
EUROPE.
MEDITERRANEAN REGION.
European Union countries -- Foreign economic relations -- Mediterranean Region
Mediterranean Region -- Foreign economic relations -- European Union countries
European Union countries
Mediterranean Region
Form Electronic book
Author World Bank/European Commission Programme on Private Participation in Mediterranean Infrastructure.
LC no. 00069317
ISBN 9780821349106
0821349104
0585459487
9780585459486
1280084626
9781280084621
9786610084623
6610084629