The ERRA online course “Introduction to Regulation of Flexibility in the Power grid” aims to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the different sources of flexibility in the power system, market trends, flexibility services, barriers to flexibility and related regulatory solutions. Participants will learn how regulation can support flexibility in the power system, and how the regulatory and legal framework can be setup for this purpose. The course covers both transmission and distribution flexibility issues, barriers and solutions, and explains the importance of flexibility in operating the power system. The course is designed to ensure the active engagement of the students via individual project work relevant for their professional activities, and class interaction with the other students.
The training is based on a self-paced collaborative e-learning platform that features a combination of real-time interactive presentations by the instructors, online tutoring at pre-announced times, reading material related to the course modules and weekly assignments.
The course will run for 3 weeks with the following weekly sequence:
Real-time presentations on the presented materials. Presentations will be followed by Q&A sessions. Presentations will be recorded and made available to those who could not join the real-time presentations. Distribution of weekly assignments.
Ms. Diana Borotea, ANRE, Romania
Ms. Mayssa Rouag, CREG, Algeria
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