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There is a broad consensus on the need for the development of institutional frameworks able to overcome the challenges and gaps for regional power connectivity (Estevadeordal, Frantz, and Nguyen, 2003). These regional institutions can be of different types of “arrangements and organizations, ranging from ad hoc and informal forums that lack an organizational core, to formal standing bodies that serve a particular purpose” (ADB, 2010). Including informal discussion groupings and fora, or more established ad hoc working groups and inter-country meetings, and even supranational organizations with authority in specific areas. In general, these institutions serve as a bridge between national and regional interests, so as to ensure a solution satisfactory to all participating countries.

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