The Minimum Regulatory Function for the Electricity Sector in Caribbean Countries
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As part of its Accelerated Sustainable Energy and Resilience Transition (ASERT) 2030 framework, the Caribbean Development Bank has advanced the Minimum Regulatory Function (MRF) to help to address energy-sector regulatory gaps in many Caribbean countries to provide clarity for investors about the arrangements to facilitate renewable energy investments. 

The MRF seeks to provide the countries with critical minimum ingredients to establish an appropriate electricity sector regulatory framework and serves as a guide for governments and key stakeholders to act to improve the renewable energy investment environment.


Table of contents
  • Acknowledgement
  • Foreword
  • Acronyms
  • Background
  • Historical context: power sector reform
  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Status and potential of renewable energy in Borrowing Member Countries
  • The Minimum Regulatory Function
  • Implementing the Minimum Regulatory Function
  • Tables