De-risking solar auctions in sub-Saharan Africa – A comparison of site selection strategies in South Africa and Zambia (2019). Wikus Kruger, Susann Stritzke and Philipp A. Trotter. Published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews Issue 104 (2019) pp429–438
(Re)conceptualising State Capture - With a Case Study of South African Power Company Eskom (2018). Catrina Godinho & Lauren Hermanus. Prepared for the Public Affairs Research Institute’s State Capture and Its Aftermath: Building Responsiveness Through State Reform, 22 -24 October 2018, Johannesburg.
Decarbonization and Power Market Reform in Developing Countries: the case of South Africa (2018). Anton Eberhard & Catrina Godinho, Published in the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Issue 114 June 2018.
Renewable energy auctions in sub-Saharan Africa: Comparing the South African, Ugandan, and Zambian Programs (2018), Wikus Kruger & Anton Eberhard (2018), Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment 295.
A review and exploration of the status, context and political economy of Power Sector Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America (2017), Anton Eberhard and Catrina Godinho, Energy and Economic Growth - Applied Research Programme.
Independent Power Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from five key countries (2016), Anton Eberhard, Katharine Gratwick, Elvira Morella, Pedro Antmann, Directions in Development: Energy and Mining (World Bank Group).
South Africa's renewable energy IPP procurement programme: success factors and lessons (2014), Anton Eberhard, Joel Kolker, James Leigland, Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) - World Bank Group.
Harnessing African Natural Gas: A new opportunity for Africa's Energy agenda? David Santley, Robert Schlotterer and Anton Eberhard, Energy and Extractives Global Practice, Energy and Extractives Global Practice - World Bank Group.
Africa's Power Infrastructure: Investment, Integration, Efficiency, (2011), Anton Eberhard, Orvika Rosnes, Maria Shkarata, Haakon Vennemo, Directions in Development - Infrastructure (World Bank Group).
South African Network Infrastructure Review: Electricity (2008), David Newberry and Anton Eberhard, a paper written for National Treasury and the Department of Public Enterprises Government of South Africa.
Uncertainties within South Africa's goal of universal access to electricity by 2012 (2008), Bernard Bekker, Trevor Gaunt, Anton Eberhard and Andrew Marquard, Journal of Energy in Southern Africa 19(2).
South Africa's rapid electrification programme: Policy, institutional, planning, financing and technical innovations (2008), Bernard Bekker, Anton Eberhard, Trevor Gaunt, Andrew Marquard, Energy Policy 36.
Moroccan Independent Power Producers - African Pioneers (2007), Isaac Malgas, Katharine Nawaal Gratwick and Anton Eberhard, MIRA Working paper (a version of this article has also been published in Journal of North African studies 13(1).
Generating Power and Controversy: Understanding Tanzania's Independent Power Projects (2007), Katharine Nawaal Gratwick, Rebecca Ghanadan and Anton Eberhard, Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, 17(4).
Electricity Utility Management Contracts in Africa: Lessons and Experience from the TANESCO-NET Group Solutions Management Contract in Tanzania, 2002-2006 (2007), Rebecca Ghanadan and Anton Eberhard, MIRA Working Paper.
Infrastructure regulation in developing countries: an exploration of hybrid and transitional models (March 15-16, 2006), Anton Eberhard, A paper prepared for the African Forum of Utilities Regulators 3rd Annual Conference, Windhoek, Namibia.
Power Sector Reform in Africa: assessing the impact on poor people (2005), Alix Clark, Mark Davis, Anton Eberhard, Katharine Gratwick & Njeri Wamukonya, A study managed by the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, For ESMAP/World Bank Dissemination Note.
Competition and regulation in the electricity supply industry in South Africa. A paper by A/Prof Anton Eberhard (University of Cape Town) for the Competition Commission of South Africa. December 2000.
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