Electricity and Water Regulation: Next Generation Policies and Practices, IP3, USA, 03-14 October 2011 (6 CEUs)

July 22, 2010 at 7:13 am

In this training course participants will learn a number of advanced tools, techniques and models to regulate both public and private electric and water utilities that generate/source, transmit and distribute electricity/water services. Participants will acquire skills in increasing the effectiveness of resource acquisition, efficiency gains, environmental mandates, strategies to increase market confidence and implementing consumer protection programs.

Through presentations, case studies, simulated exercises and on-site meetings with leading electricity and water regulatory authorities and utilities, participants will gain new knowledge and skills and bring these to bear in developing their own plan of action for the management for regulatory commissions in their own countries.

Organised by: Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, Inc. (IP3)

Target group:

  • Commissioners, Directors and Key Staff of Regulatory Authorities, Agencies, and Commissions
  • Energy and Electricity and Water Ministry Officials
  • Directors and Key Managers of Public and Private Electric and Water Utilities
  • Staff of Bilateral and Multilateral International Organisations

Course outline:

  • Module I: Best Strategic Practices in Regulating Electric and Water Utilities
  • Module II: Resource Acquisition Issues in Electricity and Water
  • Module III: Water Utilities: Breakout Sessions
  • Module IV: Energy Utilities: Breakout Sessions
  • Module V: Accelerating Stakeholder Communication Strategies
  • Module VI: Site Visits to Electric and Water Regulatory Authorities
  • Module VII: Action Planning

Course fee: US $4,750 [includes laptop]

For more information and application form, go to the IP3 web site

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Entry filed under: 2011-10 October 2011, Regulation, USA, Water supply. Tags: , .

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