The regulatory reforms, adoption of new technology and market reforms have moved ahead at a much faster pace across various international counterparts. A number of regulatory issues being faced in India have already been dealt with alternate approaches in the international regulatory regimes. So, a peer-to peer interaction between the regulatory/utility staff and other relevant stakeholders including academia with those in more mature regulatory regimes will provide a good opportunity to learn from their experiences with reforms and the corresponding challenges faced.
CER organized its 1st International Capacity Building (ICB) programme on the theme Learnings from Regulatory Experiences and Market Development in Europe. Experts from host institutes discussed the identified topic. The program was scheduled from October 14–20, 2018 which covered the institution/site visits in Paris, London, and Cambridge. The participants for the ICB include selected officers from Electricity Regulatory Commissions (ERCs) and electric utilities, and academia. The purpose of the visit was to assist effective networking of expert participants from Indian ERCs, utilities, academia with their counterparts from the host institutes.
|9:45 Hrs. - 13:00 Hrs.||Network Tariff design, ENEDIS presentation
|Electromobility, Prof. Yannick Perez (CentraleSupélec and Florence School of Regulation)
|Concluding remarks, C Bonnery,IAEE President.
|15:00 Hrs. - 16:30 Hrs.||Institutional Visit to Commission de Régulation de l'Energie (CRE)||Download PDF|
|10:00 Hrs. – 12:30 Hrs||EV- Charging Infrastructure Site Visit @ Vedecom Institute in Satory.|
|11:00 Hrs. - 12:30 Hrs||GB network regulation and Issues in integration of RES, Prof. Michael Pollitt,Cambridge Judge Business School||Download PDF|
|11:00 Hrs. - 12:30 Hrs.||Market Developments in UK and Market Products, Mr. Howard Wright, Head of UK Public and Regulatory Affairs, EPEX Spot.||Download PDF|
|09:00 Hrs. - 10:30 Hrs.||UK Electricity Market Reform and the Energy Transition: Emerging Lessons, Prof. Michael Grubb,UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources||Download PDF||11:00 Hrs. - 12:30 Hrs.||Impact of low-carbon generation and energy storage on the electricity market, Prof. Green Richard,Imperial College London||Download PDF|
|14:00 Hrs. - 15:30 Hrs.||Evolution of retail competition in the UK and its implementationRegulatory Monitoring and Compliance||Download PDF|
|- Chris Brown,Head of Core and Emerging Policy|
|- Meghna Tewari,Head of Retail Market Policy|
|16:00 Hrs. - 17:00 Hrs.||Smart Grid Rollout in the UK Development of Electric Vehicle Charging infrastructure in the UK
- Trade - 'The UK Power Sector - overview, experience', Robert Kinnaird,Deputy Head Office for Low Emission Vehicles