Difference between revisions of "Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority"

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'''The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority''' (ZERA) is a body corporate established in terms of the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011. It is mandated to regulate the entire energy sector in Zimbabwe in a fair, transparent, efficient and cost-effective manner for the benefit of the consumers and energy suppliers.
 
'''The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority''' (ZERA) is a body corporate established in terms of the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011. It is mandated to regulate the entire energy sector in Zimbabwe in a fair, transparent, efficient and cost-effective manner for the benefit of the consumers and energy suppliers.
  
ZERA derives its mandate from the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011 read together with the Electricity Act no 4 of 2002 [Chapter 13:19], the Petroleum Act [Chapter 13:22] of 2006 and subsequent amendments.
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'''ZERA''' derives its mandate from the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011 read together with the Electricity Act no 4 of 2002 [Chapter 13:19], the Petroleum Act [Chapter 13:22] of 2006 and subsequent amendments.
  
ZERA is mentioned on p22 of [[Cartel Power Dynamics in Zimbabwe]]. The Fuel Cartels are the Second Case Study.  
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'''ZERA''' is mentioned on p22 of [[Cartel Power Dynamics in Zimbabwe]]. The Fuel Cartels are the Second Case Study.  
 
<blockquote> The fuel industry is comprised of:
 
<blockquote> The fuel industry is comprised of:
* the state-owned entities that regulate the sector (Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Agency,
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* the state-owned entities that regulate the sector (Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Agency (ZERA), and manages state-owned assets ([[National Oil Infrastructure Company]] of Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, (NOIC) and [[PetroZim]] Line (Pvt) Ltd); </blockquote>  
ZERA) and manages state-owned assets (National Oil Infrastructure Company of
 
Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, NOIC and PetroZim Line (Pvt) Ltd); </blockquote>  
 
 
and two others;  
 
and two others;  
 
* fuel-retailing businesses.
 
* fuel-retailing businesses.
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Revision as of 13:59, 15 February 2021

Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) is a body corporate established in terms of the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011. It is mandated to regulate the entire energy sector in Zimbabwe in a fair, transparent, efficient and cost-effective manner for the benefit of the consumers and energy suppliers.

ZERA derives its mandate from the Energy Regulatory Authority Act [Chapter 13:23] of 2011 read together with the Electricity Act no 4 of 2002 [Chapter 13:19], the Petroleum Act [Chapter 13:22] of 2006 and subsequent amendments.

ZERA is mentioned on p22 of Cartel Power Dynamics in Zimbabwe. The Fuel Cartels are the Second Case Study.

The fuel industry is comprised of:

  • the state-owned entities that regulate the sector (Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Agency (ZERA), and manages state-owned assets (National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd, (NOIC) and PetroZim Line (Pvt) Ltd);

and two others;

  • fuel-retailing businesses.
  • fuel-importing businesses.

References