KSEP: third training course in the EU’s energy regulation ends
EU energy markets for Ukrainian policymakers – that was the topic of a new online course from DiXi Group’s project, Kyiv School of Energy Policy (KSEP).
Three training courses in the EU’s energy legislation and regulation have already been held since the beginning of this year. This time, online sessions of the course in “EU Energy Markets for Ukraine’s Policy Makers: Regulation, Law and Economics” held on 24-26 September were attended by 38 specialists from the Energy Ministry, the NEURC, Ukrenergo, Energoatom, Naftogaz, Gas-TSO Ukraine, the State Agency for Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation, and other public institutions.
Before the beginning of classes, the students were divided into four teams. Each of them received “homework” from Lucila de Almeida (Italy), Sergio Ascari of the Florence School of Regulation (Italy), and Andrius Šimkus of Šimkus Energy Consulting (Lithuania). After that, the students were offered two days of lectures with Q&A sessions and a practice day, when all teams presented the results of their “homework”.This course was organized by the KSEP team in cooperation with Berlin Economics and with the support from Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (German: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie).