Power market reforms and privatization of the electricity industry in the Iranian energy sector; an uphill struggle?
Nima Nasrollahi Shahri ()
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Following the successful experience of some developed counties in Power market restructuring and reforms, many developing countries have followed suit. Iran has for the last thirty years, since its Islamic revolution of 1979, had an economy dominated by the state, but has been pushed to take some legal steps towards private participation in the electricity sector so as to meet the rapidly rising electricity demand. This paper aims to appraise the stressfulness of Power market restructuring and privatization of electricity industry in Iran. A few years from the commencement of the reforms, the program can be assessed as realistically successful. However, there are plentiful challenges which need to be addressed through legislation. In this study, challenges to competition and Pitfalls of the reforms in the Iranian restructured electricity market will be reviewed. as well as this, a number of recommendations will be offered.
Keywords: Power market restructuring; privatization; Islamic Republic of Iran (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: N70 O13 Q4 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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