The Electricity Sector in FYR Macedonia
This paper describes the current state of the Macedonian electricity sector. It looks at ongoing structural changes, driven by the gradual adoption of the EU acquis on energy, and comes up with estimates for electricity subsidies. It concludes by discussing the longer term outlook and sketching policy options.
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Related researchKeywords: Subsidies
; Electric power
; Energy policy
; electricity sector
; electricity subsidies
; electricity demand
; electricity supply
; electricity price
; electricity market
; electricity consumption
; electricity users
; electricity usage
; domestic electricity
; electricity transmission
; electricity generation
; electricity price increases
; electricity prices
; total electricity consumption
; electricity theft
; electricity consumers
; electricity imports
; electric power stations
; electricity reform
; electric utilities
; electricity traders
; cash subsidy
; generation of electricity
; electricity tariffs
; electricity customers
; indirect subsidies
; electricity provision
; demand for electricity
; electricity transmission network
; electricity distribution network
; electricity pricing
; vulnerable households
; electricity market liberalization
; subsidized electricity price
; regional electricity
; supply of electricity
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