A flourishing industrial sector in the Sudan requires clear development plan, good governance, supporting legislations, creating a true investment climate in the country and securing the right environment for sustainable development including renewable, clean and environmentally-friendly source of energy. Additionally, building a competitive industrial sector requires heavy investment in infrastructure, research and development, technology transfer and training. However, regulation is only one of the means by which the society ensures that its values and priorities are reflected in the national development plan. It is equally important for investors to see the implementation of these regulations in practice before they have full confidence in the system. This means achieving political stability and creating a true investment-attractive climate.