A FOCUS ON INTERNATIONAL ENERGY REGULATION
The ICER Chronicle
ICER Chair John W. Betkoski III provides an overview of this issue.
San Diego Gas & Electric’s Diana Day offers a glimpse into her journey through the challenges and achievements of working in the demanding utility profession.
Romania’s Doina Vornicu discusses how she balances a successful energy career at the CEZ Group with family life.
Milica Brkić-Vukovljak, Ljiljana Hadžibabić, and Ljubo Maćić
The authors present a short review of the quality of electricity delivery and supply that are monitored in Serbia.
Kevin Baillie, Christopher McDermott, Thomas Bearpark, and Karen Mayor
An assessment is presented of the GB system’s current local energy landscape and the market entry models that are emerging.
Takehiko Matsuo and Yutaro Fujimoto
The article provides an overview of energy market reform in Japan and explains the commission’s role and achievements.
Andreas D. Thanos
The author presents an argument on the cybersecurity information most relevant for utility regulators.
Tom Stanton and Erik E. Nordman, Ph.D.
A catalog is presented of some of the current technologies available for providing electricity services, whether or not interconnected to a larger utility grid, and offers an approach that regulators can take to prevent monopoly abuses.
ICER is now accepting submissions for the 8th Edition of the Chronicle, scheduled for publication in March 2018.
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ICER Chronicle 7th Edition — August 2017