Introduction to Energy Regulation

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The course will provide participants with an overview of the global trends of the energy sector regulation from a ’smart perspective’. Besides covering regulatory models and the changing role of regulators in a transforming sector, the course will also focus on the issues of the integration of renewables and the technology drivers of this transformation. The course achieves this through an instructor-led collaborative e-learning platform that features a combination of real-time interactive presentations, excel based exercises, online tutoring at pre-announced times, reading material related to the course modules and weekly exercises coupled with homework assignments. The course will last a total of 5 weeks.

More information here: https://erranet.org/single-event/online-training-winter-school/

Natural Gas Tariff Setting: A Practical Guide

The course will provide participants with an overview of the fundamental policy objectives through price intervention and the policy measures available to achieve these objectives. It does so through an instructor-led collaborative e-learning platform that features a combination of real-time interactive presentations, Excel modelling exercises, online tutoring at pre-announced times, reading material related to the course modules and weekly exercises coupled with homework assignments. The course will last a total of 4 weeks.

What you will learn in 4 weeks:
-best of classical network industry regulation applied for the gas markets
-the main components of the allowed revenues under the building block approach
-different capacity allocation mechanisms, capacity products and their pricing
-the principles and practical use of tariff setting methodologies for gas transmission infrastructure
-a bucket of lessons learnt by others on various regulatory tools, so you do not have to learn by your own mistakes

More information here: https://erranet.org/single-event/online-training-natural-gas-tariff-setting/