Integration and Regulatory Issues in Market-Based Electricity Systems
Carefully examine the role and potential of renewable energy sources as a fundamental element to a sustainable, competitive and secure power industry as well as the regulatory mechanisms needed to achieve their integration into a liberalised electricity system.
This residential course provides a comprehensive view of the regulatory framework for renewable energy that every professional from the energy industry and from regulatory authorities needs to know.
The growth of renewable energy is changing all paradigms of policy, regulation and market design . There is currently hardly any initiative related to the supply, transmission, delivery or consumption of electricity that is not directly or indirectly influenced by the integration or development of renewable energy.
As a result, power generation companies have to adapt their commercial strategies and balance their portfolios under new market conditions, TSOs have to engage in closer collaboration for the balancing of the system and efficient use of the interconnections, and regulators must ensure the sustained development of renewable energy through competitive market-based incentives to cope with more and more ambitious sustainability targets.
For this reason, every energy industry professional is now directly or indirectly involved with the regulation and integration of renewable energy.
Furthermore, the training also seeks to:
The training is developed for:
No formal background on energy regulation is required. An educational background in engineering, economics or law is strongly recommended. The training is in English.
Students fee: 500 EUR
National Regulatory Authorities or Donors of the FSR: 2.100 €
Other organisations or companies: 2.700 €
Registration is open to any professional regardless of the affiliation. Priority is given to representatives from National Regulatory Authorities and donors of the Florence School of Regulation. The number of participants from the same country or organization will be limited in order to maximise the diversity of the group.
The registration fee covers:
FSR’s training on the Regulation and Integration of Renewable Energy will provide a comprehensive and detailed view of the European regulatory framework for the integration and development of renewable energy from top European experts.
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