The Florence School of Regulation’s executive course to master Electricity Markets discusses the microeconomics of wholesale power markets and their implications for energy policies.
The course gathers a group of senior practitioners to discuss and share experiences about both the economic and political forces that drive the debate on the evolution of power and carbon markets to enable and support the decarbonisation of the power sector.
The course builds on key economic principles and an interactive approach to discuss current policy debates on the implementation of the Clean Energy Package and the challenges associated with the new Green Deal, the introduction of capacity mechanisms, scarcity pricing, the reforms of bidding zones, as well as the reform of renewable support mechanisms and the European Emission Trading Scheme.
The FSR Executive Course directed by Thomas-Olivier Léautier (TSE) and Fabien Roques (FSR, University Paris Dauphine and Compass Lexecon) discusses the micro-economics of wholesale power markets and their implications for energy policies.
Take part in this course by the Florence School of Regulation and find answers to these burning questions:
The aim of the course is:
Theory: The fundamental concepts of micro-economics of wholesale power markets
Long term supply and demand balance in power markets
Designing wholesale physical electricity markets
Market design and system operation
Market power, price caps, and missing money
Markets, policies, and hybrid models
Support mechanisms for clean technologies
Emissions trading and the ETS
After the training participant will be able to:
Registration is open to all professional from the energy sector. The training is designed for experienced managers and targets professionals from energy companies, both utilities, TSOs and DSOs, NGOs, and representatives from National and European Regulatory Authorities, but also academics and researchers.
No specific academic background is required although the knowledge of engineering or economics is highly recommended. The training is given in English.
Please do note that this is an Executive Course and only participants that meet the specific target requirements will be admitted. Participants are required to enclose to their registration form a short CV (max. 2 pages). Participants will receive a response regarding their admission two weeks after the registration deadline.
General fee: 2,500€
Reduced fees for FSR donors:
The course fee includes:
The course will be held remotely from March to June 2021. It will include recorded lectures, interactive sessions, and group work. The course will also include one networking dinner to give participants the opportunity to meet and exchange in person. The dinner will be held in a European capital when sanitary conditions allow us to hold it safely, hopefully in the fall of 2021, possibly in 2022.
Please note that the course fee will only cover dinner and not travel and accommodation costs.
Paid registration fee is non-refundable. However, registrant substitution may be made up to 20 days before the start date of the course.
The Executive Course to master Electricity Markets discusses the micro-economics of wholesale power markets and their implications for energy policies. The course illustrates the efficiency properties of markets as well as their limitations. It covers the short-term dispatch, the long term supply and demand balance. Environmental policies and their impact on electricity markets will also be examined.
Just finished Florence School of Regulation - FSR Energy Executive Course to Master Electricity Markets: Two days of intense and very inspiring discussions on the microeconomics and the political economy of power market design and regulation, including new insights on how digitization and fast-growing renewables will shape the power market of the future!
A very interesting group that shared their opinions and visions about electricity markets and the challenges for decarbonisation and renewables integration under the Clean Energy Package .
Just finalized the two-day Executive Course to Master Electricity Markets in Florence School of Regulation - FSR Energy. Great discussions on the implications of regulation, incl. the CEP, on having efficient European electricity markets to support the Energy Transition. Also took home some interesting reading to go even more into depth.
An interesting course about the key market design developments and challenges in electricity market integration. While priorities of the more matured markets may differ from those in the less matured electricity markets, fundamental principles underpinning electricity markets remain more or less the same.
Very useful and great networking. I have started reading the book already and it is great as well!
I like the diversity of people in the group there were very interesting people.”
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