Upcoming Trainings

9th ERRA Seminar on Energy Policy and Regulation for High-Level Policy Makers and Commissioners

The Seminar on Energy Policy and Regulation aims bringing high-level policy makers and newly appointed regulatory commissioners up-to-speed with latest developments on energy and regulatory policy, enhancing their understanding of the industries they govern and ultimately improving their performance as regulatory policymakers.

9th ERRA Seminar on Energy Policy and Regulation for High-Level Policy Makers and Commissioners (September 7-17, 2021 // Online format)

 


ERRA Online Training: Electricity Tariff Setting: A Practical Guide (September 20 - October 15, 2021)
ERRA Online Training: Electricity Tariff Setting: A Practical Guide

This course is an opportunity for regulation and utility professionals to obtain a detailed insight into the allowed revenue calculation and electricity tariff-setting process. The course will be broken down in a step-by-step fashion to ensure trainees obtain a sound understanding of the fundamental objectives of price regulation and the techniques regulators employ to achieve them.


ERRA Online Training: Understanding the Basics of Energy Trading

The program is designed for energy regulators and other professionals wishing to understand practicalities of energy trading including forecasting, portfolio evaluation. Participants will be provided with introductory sessions to electricity market structures. The course will be based on virtual, practical trading simulation.

ERRA Online Training: Understanding the Basics of Energy Trading (October 25 - November 12)

ERRA Online Training: Setting the Weighted Average Cost of Capital: A Practical Guide (November 29 - December 10)
ERRA Online Training: Setting the Weighted Average Cost of Capital: A Practical Guide

The training will review one of the most critical regulatory determinations in the tariff setting process. The training will couple theoretical discussions determining the cost of debt and cost of equity of regulated licensees, and the manner in which these are optimally weighted to ensure an efficient and sustainable financing structure, with practical exercises and case-study examples from previous regulatory determinations.