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    The Program on Power Sector Regulation: Theory & Practice, would help to understand and analyze the key issues in the power sector from economic, legal and regulatory perspectives. The program builds upon economic rationale for regulatory and policy changes in the power sector, and engage in informed discussions on the regulatory framework, particularly those governing determination of tariff. The program would be conducted under the aegis of Centre for Continuing Education, IIT Kanpur.

    Program Duration:

    About 25 hours

    The relevance of the Program is:

    Fundamental and applied learning of the regulatory process

    Comprehend the legal and policy development towards power sector reforms

    Address the present and emerging challenges related to regulatory framework in the power sector

    Understand the relevance of competition in power sector

    Opportunity to learn best practices from National and International experts

    Key Topics:

    Power Sectors Reforms

    Electricity Act 2003, NEP, Tariff policy

    Economics of Regulation

    Pricing and Regulation of Natural Monopoly

    Tariff Determination of Generation, Transmission and Distribution

    Competition in Power Sector

    Efficiency Measurement and Bench Marking

    Tariff: Legal and Commercial Aspects

    Regulatory Framework and its Evolution

    Emerging Regulatory Challenges

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    Conceptual understanding of power sector regulation from economic, legal and regulatory perspectives.

    Understanding the legal and commercial aspects of tariff and its determination for Generation, Transmission and Distribution.

    Developing the ability to understand the emerging policy and regulatory issues in the power sector.

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    Mode of delivery:

    The program will be delivered in hybrid mode in the form of live and recorded sessions to offer flexibility to the working professionals. The recorded sessions would be hosted at CER’s Online Learning Environment and Tools (OLET) platform. The program will be covered across 2 weeks and include multiple sessions of about 1 hour 30 min each (with total program duration of about 25 hours). However, the program calendar/duration will be flexible to accommodate availability of the speakers and other constraints.

    Online Discussion Forum:

    CER’s Online Discussion Forum (ODF) will enable discussion among participants on the topics covered under the ongoing programs. The participants may share their knowledge and opinion on a specific topic, exchange their views and ask for clarification through the ODF at https://cer.iitk.ac.in/odf .

  • Who should apply?

    Commissioners and Officers from Electricity Regulatory Commissions; Stakeholders from Generating Companies, Licensees (Transmission, Distribution and Trading), Financial Institutions, Consultants, Investors, Consumer Organisations and NGOs; Faculty, Researchers and Students from Academic Institutions; and other stake holders who want to enhance their understanding of this multi-disciplinary area.

  • Award of Certificate
      Participants would be awarded one of the following certificates as per the criteria mentioned:
    • Certificate of Achievement -
      1. Minimum participation of 50% in live sessions and 70% overall
        • Participation in discussions through Online Discussion Forum (ODF) and in live interactions
        • Performance in Assessment Exam
    • Certificate of Participation -
        • All others not meeting the above criteria for a certificate of achievement.
          If the attendance is below 30%, then no certificate will be awarded and no fee will be refunded.

    Note: Criteria may be modified/ updated later

  • addSchedule

    Schedule for the program would be generally organised between 5:00pm - 06:45pm (Mon, Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri) and 03:30pm - 05:00pm (Sat., Sun.). Pre-recorded session will be released in advance.

    Week-1

    These are the following sessions.

    fiber_manual_recordProgram Inaguration

    fiber_manual_record Introduction to the Power Sector Reforms

    fiber_manual_recordEconomic Fundamentals of Power Sector

    fiber_manual_recordMarket Failure and Natural Monopoly

    fiber_manual_recordPricing and Regulation of Natural Monopoly

    fiber_manual_recordDevelopments in Policy Framework for the Indian Power System

    fiber_manual_recordTariff Framework and Regulatory Perspective

    fiber_manual_recordTariff Determination for Generators

    fiber_manual_recordEvolution of Transmission Pricing and POC Charg

    fiber_manual_recordEmerging Landscape of the Indian Power Market: Brainstorming & Interactive Discussion – II

    fiber_manual_recordMYT Framework for ARR and Tariff Determination for DISCOMs

    fiber_manual_recordARR and Tariff Determination for DISCOMs - A case study

    fiber_manual_recordTheories of Regulation

    fiber_manual_record Brainstorming & Interactive Discussion - I

    fiber_manual_recordIncentive based norms for Tariff Determination

    Week-2

    fiber_manual_recordCost of Service Regulation, Performance Based Regulation and Beyond

    fiber_manual_recordA Look into Future Regulation and Performance of DCPRs

    fiber_manual_recordEvolution of DNO Regulation, Future of Networks and Consumer Behaviour

    fiber_manual_recordLegal and Commercial Aspects of Tariff: A Snapshot of Recent APTEL and SC Orders

    fiber_manual_recordElectricity Consumer Greviance Redressal: Institutional Approach and Practices

    fiber_manual_recordBrainstorming & Interactive Discussion - II

    fiber_manual_recordOverall Assessment

    * Subject to confirmation by the respective resource person

  • Registration Fee
    A. Details of Registration Fee

    S. No. Participation Category Fee (INR)@ Total (INR)
    1 Industry* 35000 + 18% GST 41300
    2 Faculty
      a. IITK
      b. Non-IITK#
     
    25000
    25000 + 18% GST
     
    25000
    29500
    3 Students
      a. IITK
      b. Non-IITK
     
    8000
    8000 + 18% GST
     
    8000
    9440
    4   SERCs having MoU with CER-IITK  28000 + 18% GST  33040

    # Including NGOs and research institutions (non-corporate).

    @ The above fee includes 20% overheads payable to CCE, IIT Kanpur

    * Including Commissioners and Officers from Electricity Regulatory Commissions; Stakeholders from Generating Companies, Licensees (Transmission, Distribution and Trading), Power Exchanges, Financial Institutions, Consultants, Investors, and participants not categorised elsewhere.

    B. Important Dates

    End date of registration: 15th Feb 2023

    Program starts on: 19 February, 2023

    Program ends on: 05 March, 2023

    C. Guidelines for registration process

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    Centre for Energy Regulation (CER)

    Department of Management Sciences

    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur-208016

    Phone: +91 512 259 7453

    Email: cer_cbp@iitk.ac.in

The Program on Power Sector Regulation: Theory & Practice, would help to understand and analyze the key issues in the power sector from economic, legal and regulatory perspectives. The program builds upon economic rationale for regulatory and policy changes in the power sector, and engage in informed discussions on the regulatory framework, particularly those governing determination of tariff. The program would be conducted under the aegis of Centre for Continuing Education, IIT Kanpur.

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Program Duration: About 25 hours

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Relevance of the Program:

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Fundamental and applied learning of the regulatory process

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Comprehend the legal and policy development towards power sector reforms

fiber_manual_record

Address the present and emerging challenges related to regulatory framework in the power sector

fiber_manual_record

Understand the relevance of competition in power sector

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Opportunity to learn best practices from National and International experts

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Key Topics:

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Power Sectors Reforms

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Electricity Act 2003, NEP, Tariff policy

fiber_manual_record

Economics of Regulation

fiber_manual_record

Pricing and Regulation of Natural Monopoly

fiber_manual_record

Tariff Determination of Generation, Transmission and Distribution

fiber_manual_record

Competition in Power Sector

fiber_manual_record

Efficiency Measurement and Bench Marking

fiber_manual_record

Tariff: Legal and Commercial Aspects

fiber_manual_record

Regulatory Framework and its Evolution

fiber_manual_record

Emerging Regulatory Challenges

fiber_manual_record

Conceptual understanding of power sector regulation from economic, legal and regulatory perspectives.

fiber_manual_record

Understanding the legal and commercial aspects of tariff and its determination for Generation, Transmission and Distribution.

fiber_manual_record

Developing the ability to understand the emerging policy and regulatory issues in the power sector.

Mode of delivery:

The program will be delivered in hybrid mode in the form of live and recorded sessions to offer flexibility to the working professionals. The recorded sessions would be hosted at CER’s Online Learning Environment and Tools (OLET) platform. The program will be covered across 2 weeks and include multiple sessions of about 1 hour 30 min each (with total program duration of about 25 hours). However, the program calendar/duration will be flexible to accommodate availability of the speakers and other constraints.

Online Discussion Forum:

CER’s Online Discussion Forum (ODF) will enable discussion among participants on the topics covered under the ongoing programs. The participants may share their knowledge and opinion on a specific topic, exchange their views and ask for clarification through the ODF at https://cer.iitk.ac.in/odf

Commissioners and Officers from Electricity Regulatory Commissions; Stakeholders from Generating Companies, Licensees (Transmission, Distribution and Trading), Financial Institutions, Consultants, Investors, Consumer Organisations and NGOs; Faculty, Researchers and Students from Academic Institutions; and other stake holders who want to enhance their understanding of this multi-disciplinary area.

Week-1 (Fundamental)

S.No. Sessions Live Interactive Session Resource Persons
Date Time
Program Introduction 17 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm CER Team
1 Program Inaguration 19 February, 2023 4:00 - 4:30 pm
2 Introduction to the Power Sector Reforms 19 February, 2023 4:30 - 5:00 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
3 Economic Fundamentals of Power Sector 19 February, 2023 5: 15 - 5:45 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
4 Market Failure and Natural Monopoly 20 February, 2023 5: 00 - 5:30 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
5 Pricing and Regulation of Natural Monopoly 21 February, 2023 5: 00 - 5:30 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
6 Developments in Policy Framework for the Indian Power System 22 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Mr. Ghanshyam Prasad, Chairperson CEA
7 Theories of Regulation 22 February, 2023 5:45 - 6:15 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
8 Tariff Framework and Regulatory Perspective 23 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Mr. S. C. Shrivastava, Former Chief (Engg.), CERC
9 Tariff Determination for Generators 23 February, 2023 5:45 - 6:15 pm Mr. H. T. Gandhi, Senior Advisor, CERC
10 Evolution of Transmission Pricing and POC Charge 24 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Ms. Shilpa Agarwal, Joint Chief (Engg.), CERC
11 MYT Framework for ARR and Tariff Determination for DISCOMs 25 February, 2023 4:30 - 5:00 pm Mr. V. P. Raja, Ex-Chairman, Maharashtra ERC
12 Brainstorming & Interactive Discussion - I 26 February, 2023 5:00 - 6:00 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K

Week-2 (Advance)

S.No. Sessions Live Interactive Session Resource Persons
Date Time
1 Cost of Service Regulation, Performance Based Regulation and Beyond 26 February, 2023 4:30 - 5:00 pm Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant, Director, FSR
2 Electricity Consumer Greviance Redressal: Institutional Approach and Practices 27 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Mr. Bijoy Kumar Sahoo, Ex- Ombudsman OERC
3 Legal and Commercial Aspects of Tariff: A Snapshot of Recent APTEL and SC Orders 28 February, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Mr. Buddy A. Ranganathan, Lawyer, Supreme Court
4 ARR and Tariff Determination for DISCOMs - A Case Study 28 February, 2023 5:45 - 6:15 pm Mr. Anup Dutta, Director (Engg.), WBERC
5 Incentive based Norms for Tariff Determination 1 March, 2023 5:00 - 5:30 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
6 Assessment Demo 2 March, 2023 5:00 - 6:00 pm CER Team
7 Brainstorming & Interactive Discussion - II 3 March, 2023 5:00 - 6:00 pm Prof. Anoop Singh, Professor, IIT K
8 A Look into Future Regulation and Performance of DCPRs 4 March, 2023 4:00 - 4:30 pm Prof. Tooraj Jamasb, Director, CSEI
9 Evolution of DNO Regulation, Future of Networks and Consumer Behaviour 4 March, 2023 4:30 - 5:00 pm Prof. Tooraj Jamasb, Director, CSEI
10 Overall Assessment 5 March, 2023 5: 00 - 6:00 pm CER Team

* Subject to confirmation by the respective resource person

    Participants would be awarded one of the following certificates as per the criteria mentioned:
  • Certificate of Achievement
    1. Minimum participation of 50% in live sessions and 70% overall
      • Participation in discussions through Online Discussion Forum (ODF) and in live interactions
      • Performance in Assessment Exam
  • Certificate of Participation
      All others not meeting the above criteria for a certificate of achievement.
  • If Minimum participation attendance is below 30%, then no certificate will be awarded and no fee will be refunded.

Note: Criteria may be modified/ updated later

A. Details of Registration Fee

S. No. Participation Category Fee (INR)@ Total (INR)
1 Industry* 35000 + 18% GST 41300
2 Faculty
  a. IITK
  b. Non-IITK#
 
25000
25000 + 18% GST
 
25000
29500
3 Students
  a. IITK
  b. Non-IITK
 
8000
8000 + 18% GST
 
8000
9440
4 SERCs having MoU with CER-IITK 28000 + 18% GST 33040

# Including NGOs and research institutions (non-corporate).

@ The above fee includes 20% overheads payable to CCE, IIT Kanpur.

* Including Commissioners and Officers from Electricity Regulatory Commissions; Stakeholders from Generating Companies, Licensees (Transmission, Distribution and Trading), Power Exchanges, Financial Institutions, Consultants, International participants, and participants not categorised elsewhere.

^ Three or more participants from same organization (Other than SERCs having MoU with CER-IITK) will get 20% discount on registration fee.

B. Important Dates

End date of registration: 15 February, 2023

Program starts on: 19 February, 2023

Program ends on: 05 March, 2023

C. Guidelines for registration process

Centre for Energy Regulation (CER)

Department of Management Sciences

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur-208016

Phone: +91 512 259 7453

Email: cer_cbp@iitk.ac.in