Carlos Batlle

Part-time Professor
Biography

Prof. Batlle joined the FSR in 2007, as Director of the “Summer School on Regulation of Energy Utilities”. Currently he is Part-time Professor, Electricity Advisor, and Director of the “Annual Training on the Regulation of Energy Utilities” and the “Regulation of the Power Sector” courses.
Since 2011 he is member of the MIT Energy Initiative in 2011, where as part of the Electric Power Systems Low-Carbon Energy Center, he has been leading research projects, supervising PhD and master dissertations. He teaches the course entitled “Engineering, Economics and Regulation of the Electric Power Sector”.
He is also part-time Professor at Comillas Pontifical University in Madrid, teaching Energy Economics and Electric Power Systems Regulation, and member of the Advisory Academic Panel of Ofgem, the UK energy National Regulatory Authority.
He has worked and lectured extensively on electric power systems regulation, with special focus on markets and end-user rate design. He has also a vast experience on the operation, planning, and risk management modeling of electricity generation. He has rendered consulting services for governments, international institutions, industrial associations, and utilities in over 30 countries. He has published over 40 papers in national and international journals and conference proceedings and authored 10 book chapters.

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