Regulation of Renewable Energy Sources

The RES course provides an introduction on renewable energy economics and policy across key geographies including Europe, the US and Australia. The course covers in-depth all the regulatory measures required to support renewable energy from feed-in tariffs to contract-for-difference (CfD) schemes, as well as their different interpretations.
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ERRA Summer School: Introduction to Energy Regulation

ERRA’s flagship event is a „must” for junior regulatory staff as it lays the foundations on the basic principles of regulation including different regulatory models, market structures, price and tariff regulation and recent technology drivers transforming our sectors.

Natural Gas Market Regulation Course

In this comprehensive course we delve into the foundational aspects of natural gas market regulation, where besides building a strong understanding of the fundamentals we will also examine how these fundamentals can be effectively applied in response to emerging challenges at all levels of market opening.