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Mini-grid Tariff Settlement on the African Continent – Lessons from the Execution of Phase One

by Munyaradzi Kadenge

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A conducive business climate includes providing a costreflective tariff to the investors/developers. Cost-cover-ing tariffs are one way of ensuring economic viability forprivate sector mini-grids. Providing a cost reflective tariff is within the remit of regulators and governments policymakers. In most countries all off-grid/mini-grid developers are required by law to apply for an energy generation, distribution and retailing permit/license and are required to obtain an energy retail tariff approval fromthe regulators.

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