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Florence School of Regulation presents a new two-day course which will provide you with deep insight into the world of electricity markets.

The FSR’s new 2-day 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.

Come to the Florence School of Regulation and find answers to these burning questions:

  • What are the efficiency properties of electricity markets and their limitations?
  • How should we manage congestion on the transmission network?
  • What is the purpose of capacity mechanisms? How should we best design them?
  • What is the impact of renewables on electricity markets in the short-term and the long-term?
  • How should we design electricity markets to achieve multiple policy objectives?

The course is conducted by:

  • Thomas-Olivier Léautier ( Toulouse School of Economics, University of Toulouse Graduate School of Management, France)
  • Fabien Roques (Compass Lexecon, University Paris Dauphine, France)

Registration Deadline: 6 January

For additional information please visit the course webpage or contact the Training Coordinator: Marta Łuczak by e-mail  or phone (+39 055 468 5752).

 

Venue
Villa La Fonte
Via delle Fontanelle, 18
San Domenico di Fiesole, Firenze 50014

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Marta Łuczak
+39 055 468 5752

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