CEER Training on Network Tariffs for Transmission and Distribution

3 - 5 December 2014, Brussels

Course Organisation

This tailored course aims to provide participants with in-depth knowledge of network tariff regulation for transmission and distribution. The course consists of two modules: 

Module 1 - Framework and tools for network tariffs

     • Review the approaches to network regulation and the overarching policy decisions determining how tariff setting in gas and electricity is undertaken

     • Explore the fundamental elements of tariff setting including network tariff level, network connection charges, network tariff structures, etc.

    • Discuss the different national case studies of applying tariff setting tools and practices in gas and electricity in Europe

Module 2 - Incentive regulation

With the sessions in this module, participants will have the opportunity to:

    • Take a closer look at incentive regulation: principles of incentive regulation and national case studies in applying incentive tools

With lecturers from NRAs as well as academia and research industry, this course provides participants with a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge with experts in the field of network tariff regulation.

Module 1 - Framework and tools for network tariffs: €960 ex. VAT* (or 2 training credits)

Module 2 - Incentive regulation: €480 ex. VAT* (or 1 training credit)  

Course fee includes lunches, coffee breaks during the course and one group dinner, not including travel and accommodation costs.

* Where applicable

The course will take place at CEER office.

Securex Building
Cours Saint-Michel 30a, box F (5th floor)
B - 1040 Brussels, Belgium

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For other questions on the course, please contact us: anh.tran@ceer.eu, or by phone +32 2 788 73 49

Registration is now open until 14 November 2014.

Please follow the Registration Tab above and complete the online registration form by 14 November 2014.


Registration for this course is now closed.

Look out for the next training courses planned in 2015 - more information will be available soon!