Policy Interactions: How Power Sector Reforms Shape Renewable Energy Policy in Democracies and Autocracies
The Shirazi Foundation attended an event hosted by The International Political Economy at SAIS titled Policy Interactions: How Power Sector Reforms Shape Renewable Energy Policy in Democracies and Autocracies. An expert professor shared his research on various components of policy in the Power Sector.The speaker explained the various steps that must be taken in policy in order to replace fossil fuel with clean forms of energy, and How consumers will be affected if new forms of energy are made available. The speaker also spoke extensively on how what is called a Feed-In Tariff operate. A Feed-In Tariff AAA | is an economic policy created to promote active investment in and production of renewable energy sources. Feed-in tariffs typically make use of long-term agreements and pricing tied to costs of production for renewable energy producers. Experts also analysed whether some countries are effective with or without reforms in the power sector and which countries in the middle east are transferring to clean energy.