Publication - Country Priority Plan and Diagnostic of the Electricity Sector - Mozambique
Country Priority Plan and Diagnostic of the Electricity Sector - Mozambique
The Mozambique Country Priority Plan (“CPP”) will be the reference document adopted by the Government of Mozambique (“GoM”) and the African Development Bank (“AfDB”) to summarize the priority reforms and projects that will be presented during the fifth edition of the Africa Energy Market Place (“AEMP”). The AEMP is a flagship AfDB forum that is held every year and to showcase investment opportunities in the energy sector of selected African countries and facilitate dialogue on key policy and regulatory challenges. In preparation for this event, the AfDB have asked the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (“TBI”) to coordinate the development of Priority Plans for the selected countries. These plans consist of two parts:
1. The identification of AEMP Priorities (investments and reforms) to be advanced through the AEMP process.2. A Sector Diagnostic providing background on the sector including statistics, successes and challenges to ensure a common understanding across AEMP participants and provide for richer dialogue during the AEMP event.