AEED Updates April 2015Posted by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Tue, May 05, 2015 21:53:35ALTERENERGY for technicians in Puglia Region: 5 training days in Bari for capacity building activity
Within the Strategic Project ALTERENERGY - CBC IPA Adriatic 2007-2013, 5 training days dedicated to capacity building activity will be held in Bari at the Apulian Audiovisual library (Mediateca regionale - Zanardelli street n.30), in order to encourage, through a participatory approach, the use of good methods and practices and therefore improve the local energy planning skills following the most recent EU guidelines.
In fact, one of the main elements that characterises the ALTERENERGY project is the approach used to adopt sustainable policies. This initiative, in particular, is reserved to public administrations responsible for the local energy policies, professional engineers, architects and other sector professionals. The aim is to reinforce the institutional and administrative capacities specifically related to the programming and management of European and National Funds linked to the energy sector.
The Capacity building activity is carried out by Puglia Region - Mediterranean Department with the technical support of the Technology and Innovation Regional Agency (ARTI Puglia), in cooperation with “Ambiente Italia srl”. The training days will be held on the 15, 21, 22 and 28 of May 2015 with the following focus themes: Energy efficiency of buildings, energy/financial management, photovoltaic and thermal solar, smart city. The training sessions are being held at the Order of Engineers of the Province of Bari.
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AEED Updates April 2015Posted by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Tue, April 28, 2015 18:02:41
| Project finance and regulation of local services and infrastructures: a
The Turin School of Local Regulation organizes
a 3-day course on:
FINANCE AND REGULATION OF LOCAL
SERVICES & INFRASTRUCTURES: A CHALLENGING RELATIONSHIP?
When: 29 June -1 July 2015
Where: Hotel Victoria, Torino, Italy
What: Investments in local infrastructure and
services is the big current issue, with at least 40 trillion USD needed
globally in the next 20 years for urban infrastructure investments alone. When
the infrastructure addresses a local public service, a specific attention is
required to protect public interest while maintaining the project solvency and
attracting investors. The course aims to give participants an overview of the
wide implications that the presence (or absence) of local economic regulation
in the investment sector can exert on project finance, alongside with deep
insights from international real case studies presented and discussed among
participants. During the course a specific attention will be given to build the
proper competence of understanding stakeholder dynamics and incentives.
Who: The course is mainly addressed to public
sector decision makers and managers involved in large infrastructure urban
projects, officials from international organizations, local and national
regulators of infrastructure and public services, project finance specialists
of the banking sector, legal experts focused on international project finance
law and practices and loan covenants, accounting, financial and risk assessment
professionals, researchers and doctoral students.
Programme & details: download the brochure here
Application: candidates can apply through the online application form
Deadline: registrations (finalized by
payment of the registration fee) are open until May 27th 2015; 25%
discount for Early Bird registrations open until May 13th 2015
Full tuition Fee: 2.800,00 € including course
tuition, case materials, one site-visit included in the programme, 3-night
accommodation, breakfasts, two lunches, one social dinner and coffee breaks,
free access to the SPA
Early Bird Fee: 2.100,00 € (same conditions of the full fee apply)
Contacts: for further information please contact the course Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org | +39 346 891060
AEED Updates April 2015Posted by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Thu, April 23, 2015 20:38:10
open: FSR Summer School on the Regulation of Energy Utilities | 22-26 June
is now open for the Summer School on the Regulation of Energy Utilities
organised by the Florence School of Regulation. This week-long training is
currently the most comprehensive course on the regulation of the energy
line-up of leading speakers from National Regulatory Authorities, the European
Commission, top academic institutions, consultants and major energy companies;
accompanying online platform with supplementary learning resources and
activities for an interactive learning experience;
unique opportunity to interact with and grow your professional network with
leading specialists and peers;
The exceptional EUI facilities in Florence
- Day 1
(Monday 22 June):
Theory and principles of regulation. Models of
Restructuring of the energy power industry. Basic
policies and features in Europe and in other contexts
Traditional regulation of energy utilities. Regulation
of monopolistic activities. Approaches to price control
Case example on regulation of electricity distribution
(quality of service)
- Day 2
(Tuesday 23 June):
Wholesale electricity markets and power exchanges
Case example on PXs: Price Coupling of Regions-PCR
Case example on gas markets
- Day 3
(Wednesday 24 June):
Electricity transmission and distribution networks
Case example on electricity grids: investment in
projects of common interest
Gas networks. Transmission, distribution, storage
& LNG terminals
Case example on gas networks: the US and the EU gas
- Day 4
(Thursday 25 June):
Fundamentals of energy tariff design and retail
Case example on retail energy markets: Demand side
RES support mechanisms analysis
Environmental issues & renewable support
mechanisms in energy systems
- Day 5
(Friday 26 June):
Case examples on electricity markets from the US, the
UK and Brazil.
from NRAs and FSR Donors: 3,100 EUR
participants: 4,100 EUR
full programme and general information here
AEED Updates April 2015Posted by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Wed, April 22, 2015 19:01:57
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