Better Governance for the Global Energy Transition
How are regulatory authorities adjusting their governance, and how should they adjust, to ensure that they meet societal goals and promote efficient economic choices? This online training combines theoretical and practical views on how to assess regulatory delivery, as well as outputs and outcomes of regulatory authorities, from economic, legal, societal perspectives.
This course will share optimal governance models experienced in Europe for the energy transition while comparing them with innovative initiatives in South America, Asia, and Africa. During the course, you will review increasingly complex infrastructure regulation due to public policies promoting liberalisation, decarbonisation and digitalisation.
This course is a joint collaboration between the Transnational School of Governance and the FSR Energy & Climate
Welcome to the course
Live class: 7 October 2019
A recording will be made available shortly after each live class
Week 1: Regulatory Delivery: Theory and Practice
Topics: Identifying Goals and Approaches; and Methods and Tools
7 – 11 October 2019
Live class: 11 October 2019 2pm CEST
Week 2: Economic Assessment
Topics: Regulatory Impact Assessment; and Approaches to cost-benefit Analysis
14 – 18 October 2019
Live class: 18 October 2pm CEST
Week 3: Legal Scrutiny
Topics: Competition & Regulation; and Judicial Review of Agency Acts
21 – 25 October 2019
Live class: 25 October 2pm CEST
Week 4: Social Valuation
Topics: Fitness Check; and Participation Theory
28 October – 1 November 2019
Live class: 31 October 2019 12:00 CET
Week 5: Challenges of Digitalisation
Topics: Datafication and Smart Meters; and Decentralization of trade and blockchain
4 – 8 November 2019
Live class: 8 November 2019 2pm CET
Week 6: Feedback & Governance
Topics: Governance of complex hybrid infrastructures; and Evaluation of Regulatory Delivery & Redesign
11 – 15 November 2019
Live class: 15 November 2019 2pm CET
Group work delivery
22 November 2019
Feedback to group work
29 November 2019
Live class: 29 November 2019 2pm CET
The course is primarily designed for professionals working in government agencies, regulatory agencies, and other organizations involved in the rule-making, implementations, monitoring, and enforcement of energy regulation.
The course is also suitable for those working on the energy sector who could benefit from the comparison of the European experience with other regulatory experiments worldwide such as energy companies, energy utilities, academics and researchers.
At the end of the course, the participants can earn a certificate depending on their level of engagement and performance throughout the course.
All Participants will experience throughout the course:
The learning target may vary based on the aimed course level of engagement.
The amount of time required to take this course depends on the aimed course level as well as the level of expertise in the subject prior to joining the course:
Paid registration fee is non-refundable. However, registrant substitution may be made up to 20 days before the start date of the course.
Are regulatory authorities delivering what society, customers, and investors expect? If you want to know the answer, join the Florence School of Regulation Online course on Regulatory Delivery.
The course is absolutely magnificent. It was an amazing opportunity to know different regulations all around the world, as long as to interact with the classmates.
The course is well structured and focuses on current issues. The live classes are also very helpful and I have to congratulate the Directors who instantly gave the answers to the various questions that were being asked during the sessions.
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