Carlos Batlle

Part-time Professor
english, spanish
Biography

Carlos Batlle is Associate Professor with Comillas Pontifical University’s Institute for Research in Technology (IIT) in Madrid, Visiting Scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and Electricity Advisor and member of the Training Program for European Energy Regulators at the Florence School of Regulation.

He has researched and lectured extensively on the economic and regulatory analysis of electric power systems, an area in which he has also rendered consultant services for governments, international institutions, industrial associations and utilities in over 20 countries.

He has published over 20 papers in national and international journals and conference proceedings.

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