The paper discusses production classification, hydrogen roll-out strategies with case studies, principles and challenges of H2 regulation.
Re-thinking the design of power markets with focusing on 1) Wholesale Prices 2) Investments 3) Consumers.
A Review of Tariffs and Services for Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles in Europe
Renewables 2022 is the IEA’s primary analysis on the sector, based on current policies and market developments.
EVs have been on the radar of energy regulators for quite some time, that is why ERRA regularly monitors developments with regards to e-mobility regulations among its members.
Among the many PPTs you will find materials on renewable energy projects in different jurisdictions, the role of harmonized and coherent regulation in promoting renewable energy, importance of regulation for investments, renewable energy investment climate in select countries etc.
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 Report examines in detail the progress made by 17 UNECE countries in harnessing their abundant renewable energy resources to decarbonise power, heat and mobility.
The newly created Energy Transition department at EMRA Türkiye, tackles issues such as electric vehicles charging services, digital transformation, R&D and innovation, complementary markets as well as alternative fuels.
Electricity tariff design, smart technology roll-out and optimised planning for the location of charging points will play a key role to minimize stress on the grid and encourage efficient utilisation, without negatively affecting the comfort of using and charging EVs.
The donation through the Ukraine Energy Support Fund will be used to purchase vital emergency energy equipment and fuels to ease the hardship of Ukrainian people in anticipation of the most challenging winter in decades.
The Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (MEKH) is contributing to ERRA’s Energy Transition Initiative that will foster bottom-to-top approach advice from regulators to respective governments and will bring a growing number of important and still unaddressed issues.