Policy Brief No. 04 of 2020-2021 on Local Content in the Energy Sector: Prerequisite for Enhancing Local Content
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ByKenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
Local Content; Energy Sector; Institutional Framework; Non-renewable energy; Renewable Energy; Local infrastructure; Kenya
KIPPRA Policy Briefs are aimed at a wide dissemination of the Institute’s policy research findings. The findings are expected to stimulate discussion and also build capacity in the public policy making process in Kenya. KIPPRA acknowledges generous support from the Government of Kenya and the Think Tank Initiative of IDRC, who have continued to support the Institute’s activities over the years
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
SeriesPolicy Brief;No. 04/2020-2021
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