005 – Electricity and Power Sector Regulation in Developing Countries
Date: May 31 – Jun 12, 2021 | Oct 4 – 15, 2021
Location: Houston, Texas USA
Registration Discount: $8,400 – You must Register 60 days in advance and payment must be Paid In Full 30 days prior to the start of class.
Power system regulation is never at a rest, and this is particularly true for the power systems of today. This course is offered at a time when power sectors all over the world are facing their toughest challenges since their creation 150 years ago.
Adequate regulation will be needed to address issues such as the de-carbonisation of the sector, the integration of renewable energy, active demand response, the integration of ever bigger markets, cybersecurity and last but not least, universal access to energy.
High-quality knowledge will be needed to respond to these challenges of the power sector in developing countries, and this AEI course is designed to give you a solid grasp of the international best practices, and empower your journey towards becoming an energy regulation expert.
Regulators, Policy Makers, Professionals , Researchers, Regulatory Affairs Specialists, Compliance Officers, Senior and Mid-level Utility Managers, Elected and Appointed officials who oversee Utility Policy.
- Emerging Trends
- Challenges in Power Sector Regulation
- Renewable Uncertainty Location
- Regulating State owned vs. Private owned Electricity Company
- Regulating Electricity in Developed vs. Undeveloped Countries.
- Current Policy Initiative
- High EE
- Diversified Supply Technologies
- RES High
- Deployed CCS
- Low Nuclear
- Demand response
- Distributed generation
- Distributed storage
- Electric vehicles supported ICT
- Integration of power Systems Markets
- Universal Access
- Industry Technology
- Electricity Structure and Regulation
- Revenue Requirements
- Class Cost-of-Service
- Rate Design
- Energy Efficiency Mandates & Renewable Energy
- Distributed Generation (DG), Net Metering, & Avoided Costs
- Process & Procedures of a Rate Case