The present project relates to the Ring Fencing of Electricity Metering Services. It aims at filling the metering gap in the Cameroonian electricity industry (CEI). The project has three main components, namely: (1) Feasibility studies, (2) Drafting of regulatory texts for the deployment of smart/prepaid meters, (3) Awareness and dissemination workshop.
The principal objective of this Project is to address the metering gap in the Cameroonian Electric Industry (CEI) by supporting the national electricity regulator and private sector (SMEs consortium) through the provision of technical assistance to draft regulations and guidelines to further create and license new entities.
The main beneficiary of the project is the Electricity Sector Regulatory Agency (ARSEL). Ultimately, the project will benefit the entire population.
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