2 August 2017
This November, ERRA is holding it's third training on water regulation.
The course features 5 days dedicated to tariff setting and approval by the regulator. The main topics will be:
Water Utility Economics
Principles and Institutions of Water Utility Regulation
New Developments and Emerging Issues in the Regulation of the Sector
All theoretical lessons will be supplemented by case study examples and a tariff setting exercise. Time will also be dedicated to the role of performance benchmarking in regulation.
Instructors of the course are a mix of utility regulators and researchers. In addition to the formal classes presented by the instructors, the course features preparatory homeworks, practical exercises, simulations, participant case studies and a final test.
The course is available to both practising water utility regulators as well as non-regulators such as ministry and local government representatives, banking institutions, law and investment firms, consulting companies and regulated utility companies.
The tuition fees can be found on the website and they include: training materials, lunches, coffee breaks during the training course and a social programme.
More details can be found on this link.