The Peer Review and Learning Network (PRLN)

A Collaborative Approach to Transforming Africa’s Energy Regulation Landscape

Group shot from the founding members of the Peer Review and Learning Network, January 2022.

(c) PFL

The PRLN is a dynamic three-year capacity-building programme, masterminded by the esteemed Power Futures Lab (PFL) at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business and delivered in partnership with GET.transform. The programme aims to strengthen policymakers, regulators, and utility CEOs by offering them an unparalleled opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of regulatory practice in Africa.

The main objectives of the PRLN are to enhance leadership and management capability among African Electricity Regulators, and to enhance overall investment and development outcomes through improved performance of the continent’s electricity infrastructure industry.

Learning is achieved through conducting in-depth peer reviews and thorough analyses. The CEOs of regulatory agencies explore the regulatory systems of selected African countries, sharing insights and experiences in a genuine exchange of knowledge.

GET.transform invites you to join on this transformative journey: explore the video and the news below to see how the PRLN helps to drive the energy sector towards greater credibility, transparency, and robustness in decision-making.


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