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    This table outlines the 14 primary stakeholders affecting renewable energy policy. Lines 1-6 can be categorized broadly into 'government'; Lines 7-10 are those who control energy production as well as groups that use the energy to support societal activities; Lines 11-14 include people who carry out the capacity development and who are advocates for change

    Table 3. Functions of Stakeholders in Capacity Development for Renewable Energy
    1. Legislative authorities/elected officials Set national political priorities; social, economic, and environmental goals; legal framework conditions.
    2. Government macro-economic and development planers Define development goals and macro policy; general economic policies; cross-cutting issues; subsidies and trade policy; sustainable development goals, and frameworks.
    3. Government energy authority or ministry Set sectoral goals; technology priorities; policymaking and standard-setting functions; legal and regulatory framework; incentive systems; federal, state and local level jurisdiction.
    4. Energy regulatory bodies Have monitoring and oversight functions; implement the regulatory framework; administer fees and incentives
    5. Market coordination agencies Dispatch entities; have operational coordination functions; interface with industry investors; information brokers.
    6. Non-energy governmental authorities/ministries Sector policies; cross-cuttins issues; inter-relation with energy policies; public sector energy consumers; require energy inputs for social services provision.
    7. Energy supply industry Private companies and public utilities; manage energy supply, electricity generation fuels management and transport; finance some R&D.
    8. Entrepreneurs and productive industries Business development; economic value added; employment generation; private sector energy consumers.
    9. Energy equipment and end-use equipment manufactures Supply equipment for the energy industry and other industries, including vehicles and appliances; impact energy end-use efficiency; adapt/disseminate technology; finance some R&D.
    10. Credit institutions Financing options for large- and small-scale energy generation; capital provision for energy using enterprises; financing options for household energy consumers.
    11. Civil society/non-governmental organizations Consumer participation and awareness; oversight and monitoring; environmental and social advocacy; equity considerations.
    12. Energy specialists and consultants firms Strategic advice, problem definition and analysis; systems development; specialist services delivery; options analysis; information sharing
    13. Academia and research organizations R&D, knowledge generation, and sharing; formal and informal education; technical training; technology adaptation, application and innovation.
    14. Media Awareness raising, advocacy; information sharing; journalistic inquiry, watchdog functions; monitoring, public transparency.

    This table is a reprint of Table 6-1 (page 183) in:

    Energy For Sustainable Development, A Policy Agenda, UNDP

    Updated: 2003/07/18