The webinar on November 9, 2022 focused on the financial, development and regulatory side of mini-grids with these systems becoming a key component of countries’ electrification plans, and their development requires appropriate regulatory frameworks.
The webinar approaches the topic from regulatory perspectives of LNG infrastructure access and tariffs. In order to look into the practical dimension of LNG supply it also explores case study examples from specific LNG facilities presented by representatives of the terminals and/or regulators.
The purpose of the third edition of the series of ERRA webinars on Energy Market Surveillance is to present two important areas related to market surveillance, namely sanctioning and procedural measures. During the first part of the webinar, representatives of the FERC of the U.S. will present powers of regulators and sanctioning under U.S. laws while the speaker of the ACER will present issues related to market surveillance under REMIT.
The second edition of the Market Surveillance Webinar series will explore relations within the energy market surveillance system occurring between regulators and various market participants. The event will stress the necessity of adoption of reporting and compliance systems by market participants and the role of guidelines from regulators that help them navigating through the established rules of fair and legal conduct.
The purpose of the first such webinar is to present fundamentals of effective functioning of energy market regulatory surveillance and monitoring systems. This introductory program gives guidance to regulators on how to plan and develop sound systems of energy market surveillance.