ERRA-MEDREG Joint Training Course: Economic and Technical Aspects of the Deployment of Renewable Energy Sources (RES)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Main themes of the Training Course:

  • Climate change policy issues, economic outlook of renewable technologies, technical issues of network/system connection and affordability issues of support mechanisms
  • Economic and technical problems countries face when RES starts getting a relevant share of the electricity market; revision of the support mechanisms to ensure the necessary flexibility of the grids to accommodate intermittent resources and generation adequacy
  • Financing renewable energy investments
  • Investment opportunities on renewable energy in mediterranean countries
  • RES-E regulatory tasks related to grid integration: Impact on system operators
  • Regulatory tools to support RES: Evaluation of policy schemes

 

Course Faculty Team:

  • Gábor SZÖRÉNYI – Course Director; General Secretary of Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)
  • Attila BAGI – Head of Department, Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulation Authority, Hungary
  • Tomas GOMEZ – Professor at Pontificia Comillas University of Madrid, former Regulatory Commissioner of CNE, Spain
  • Tim MENNEL – Market and Regulation Team, KEMA Consulting
  • Maria VAGLIASINDI – Lead Economist, World Bank
  • Zlatko ZMIJAREVIC – Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency, Department for the Electric Power System and Quality of Service – Electricity Division, Croatia

 

The Course was attended by 16 participants from Albania, Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Libya, Tunisia and Turkey.

 

Program

COURSE VENUE

Courtyard by Marriott Hotel Budapest City Center
Address: 1088 Budapest, József körút 5.
Tel: +36 (1) 327 5125 | Fax: +36 (1) 327 5151

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