ERRA Regulatory Research Award


Background & Award Objectives

Energy regulation in the ERRA countries has evolved over the last 10-15 years based on the experience of its members and international commitments and practices. The evolution of regulation toward market-based electricity and gas systems in particular has resulted in certain trends and issues. Most regulators now deal with such issues as introduction of competition; the need for expanded investment; affordability and citizen participation; regulatory governance and the political-regulatory relationship as well as other issues.

The ERRA Presidium concluded that there is now a need for applied energy regulatory research, i.e. research that is evidence-based and addresses energy regulatory problems facing ERRA regulators; therefore it established the “ERRA Regulatory Research Award” in 2014 to encourage, reward and expand energy regulatory research and analysis and contribute to improve regulatory practices among ERRA energy regulators.

ERRA Award 2016 – Winner Papers

Award Winner Paper #1:

Award Winner Paper #2:

Award Winner Paper #3:

Highly Acknowledged Paper:

ERRA Award 2015 – Winner Paper

Other Acknowledged Submitted Papers:

ERRA Award 2014 – Winner Paper

Mariusz Swora’s speech on the occasion of the Award Ceremony 2014

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