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Women in the Energy Sector

Online
June 13, 2023
The concept of the series bases on interviews with leading female figures in the energy industry with a purpose of learning from their inspiring biographies and reflections on the course of their professional paths.
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ERRA Summer School: Introduction to Energy Regulation

Budapest, Hungary (Hybrid)
June 19-23
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.

Regulation of Energy Storage

Online
September 11-29, 2023
The course aims to provide participants with the necessary understanding on how to structure regulation for energy storage across different power markets.

ERRA Annual Conference

Budapest, Hungary
October 9-10, 2023
This flagship ERRA event will take place for the 20th time since it was first held in 2001 and gives excellent opportunity for a dialogue between the regulators and other stakeholders of the energy industry.
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Fundamentals of Water Utility Regulation

Budapest, Hungary (Hybrid)
October 25-27, 2023
The course is dedicated to the core responsibilities and activities of water utility regulatory authorities: theoretical lessons will be supplemented by case study examples and a tariff setting exercise.
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Power System Basics for Non-Engineers

Budapest, Hungary (Hybrid)
Autumn 2023 (TBD)
This course is a perfect quick learning exercise for non-technicals who would like to understand the physics and engineering fundamentals that go behind providing electricity supply.

Natural Gas System Basics for Non-Engineers

Budapest, Hungary (Hybrid)
Autumn 2023 (TBD)
The course will focus on technical, physical and engineering aspects of the natural gas system from production to distribution presenting the 3 main segments (upstream, midstream and downstream).