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Decree No. 2807 on Energy reform

legislation type Legislative
Decree
Passed in 2016
As part of it's energy reform programmes to reduce energy subsidies and level the playing field for renenwables Egypt issued decree No. 2807 that increased the selling price of gasoline, kerosene, and solar power.  Four further decrees were subsequently issued to determine the new prices of other fuel types including natural gas used for vehicles and for domestic use.  Further decrees were subsequently issued to determine the new prices of other fuel types including natural gas used for vehicles and for domestic use.

The reform was accompanied by a cash transfer program called Takaful w Karama to limit the impact of the reforms on vulnerable households.

The full text of this document could not be found, this summary is based on information produced by the World Bank and on academic research.

from the Grantham Research Institute
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