Energy has been identified as one of the critical sectors with high corruption and state-capture risks, which should be addressed with priority. Illegal rents that can be extracted from the energy sector allow special interests to exert a grip on government decision-making, subverting the pursuit of an energy policy for the good of all. Large-scale energy projects across the region are exploited by local oligarchic groups aiming to increase their wealth at the expense of national energy policy priorities.
– Which are the most critical energy governance deficits in SEE?
– Which economic and geo-political factors reinforce the failure of allowing more competition in the sector?
– What is the impact of the ongoing political meddling in the day-to-day management of energy SOEs?
– Why is there a heightened corruption risks in energy sector public procurement in SEE?
– What is the state of energy market liberalisation?
– How can the governments and the civil society address with priority a critical sector with high corruption and state-capture risks such as the energy?
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