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Price reform in Kuwait’s electricity and water: assessing the benefits

Abstract:

Kuwait’s electricity and water sector has been in disarray for several years, struggling with several decades of fast-rising demand resulting from industrialization, rapid population growth, rising living standards amongst its citizens, as well as the artificially low consumer prices set by the government. The country’s electricity demand has been growing at an impressive rate, estimated at an annual rate of 5.3 per cent between 1999 and 2009, and its per capita electricity consumption has ex...

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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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Oxford Energy Forum More from this journal
Volume:
96
Issue:
May 2014
Pages:
30-32
ISSN:
0959-7727
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2015-04-24

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