Energy justice is a relatively new concept in theoretical terms. It refers to the idea that everyone has an access to safe, affordable and sustainable energy, while burdens are shared and communities are included in energy decisions. This concept entails also recognizing vulnerable groups and fairness of the process.
When we speak about PPP, we can analyze first the main objective of PPP. Namely, the main objective of the PPP is the inclusion of the private sector in providing public services, with the result that the role of the public sector changes from an owner towards а buyer and a guardian of public interests.
Following the change of the government after 11 years, the energy sector is one of the sectors where thorough reforms are needed. Over the past decade, focus has been placed exclusively on fossil fuels and to some extent on large hydropower plants, with a very small, negligible emphasis on renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The right to freedom of information is fundamental human right recognized in international law and guaranteed with the Macedonian Constitution. Freedom of information is connected to better transparency and holding the government to account. The Law on free access to public information provides solid basis for requesting and obtaining information from the institutions i.e. enabling reactive transparency. However, transparency and access to information is also measured by making information available proactively, on the web pages of the institutions.