This 5-day Course is to equip students with the core concepts, objectives and techniques of designing and evaluating rate structures in the energy sector which guarantee fair rate of return for the regulated companies; increase of productivity and efficiency of regulated companies over time; fair and reasonable tariffs for end users; a transparent tariff setting procedure. In addition to the formal presentations, the course will feature group exercises and simulations and cultural program.
Design of the Course:
Instructors of the course are predominantly practicing and past energy regulators with significant and noteworthy energy regulatory experience and expertise. The course is designed to assure the utmost transfer of practices and information from experienced regulators to course participants. This characteristic allows ERRA to design training courses that focus equally on practical application and theoretical methodology and include the transfer of relevant direct experience. The course will have two tracks: one for regulators and another one for non-regulators. The two tracks run parallel with occasional joint classes and exercises. In addition to the formal classes presented by the instructors, the course will feature preparatory homeworks, practical exercises, simulations, participant case studies and a final test.
In addition to the formal classes presented by the instructors, the course will feature preparatory homeworks, practical exercises, simulations, participant case studies and a final test.
Certified Energy Regulator (CER):
The ERRA Certified Energy Regulator (CER) is supposed to be a certification system, based on credits which can be earned during successfully completed ERRA training courses. In order to receive the certificate, participants should collect at least 30 credits within 3 years. Credits could be collected in the following way:
The following are the criteria for a successful completion of the classroom training courses:
The Training Course is designed for mid-senior level practicing energy regulators, non-regulators such as ministry and local government representatives, banking institutions, law and investment firms, consulting companies and regulated utility companies.
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