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February818
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Getting Started: Rethinking Utility Regulation in an Era of Exponential Change (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. State and federal utility regulators have traditionally controlled the electric power industry through their decisions. But rapid technology change means cleaner, lower-cost, and more resilient options for meeting customers’ energy needs are or soon will be available. Customers may soon have...

January3118
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Designing retail electricity tariffs for a successful Energy Union (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Effective electricity network tariff design is a powerful tool in the regulator’s toolbox as Europe strives to make energy more secure, sustainable, and affordable. Yet ineffective designs, such as fixed monthly charges, are on the rise in Europe. This is a...

October2517
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Regionalisation of European electricity markets needs a more regional approach (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. The European Commission’s proposal to establish regional operational centres (ROCs) is a welcome step toward further integration of the EU internal electricity market. Yet, by expanding this proposal, policymakers could improve governance and the remit of the ROCs to ensure a truly regional,...

October517
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Performance-Based Regulation: The Power of Outcomes (Part 2)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Advanced technologies are unleashing the potential for change in power sectors around the globe, transforming the way electricity is generated, delivered, and consumed. These changes hold great promise for a better, cleaner, more reliable, and lower cost future. Whether the benefits...

September2117
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Performance-Based Regulation: The Power of Outcomes (Part 1) (Webinar)

Advanced technologies are unleashing the potential for change in power sectors around the globe, transforming the way electricity is generated, delivered, and consumed. These changes hold great promise for a better, cleaner, more reliable, and lower-cost future. Whether the benefits are achieved will depend on reforming the regulatory approaches to align regulation’s inherent incentives with...

May1617
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Opportunity Knocks… for “Beneficial” Electrification (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Most credible analyses indicate that electrifying vehicles, appliances, and machines that are currently powered by fossil fuels will be critical to decarbonizing the economy enough to reduce global climate threats. Electrification also offers other big benefits beyond environmental gains. It can...

April2717
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E-Merge: Retooling Regulation for Clean Air and Clean Energy (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Technology, consumer choices, and evolving markets are driving the U.S. power sector rapidly toward cleaner energy. Yet energy and air quality regulations are failing to keep pace with change. The result is inefficient “stovepiping” of responsibilities, as states struggle to meet...

March117
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Flexible and Customizable: Designing Decoupling for Your State (Webinar)

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. Under traditional regulation, utilities make more money when they sell more electricity. Yet this equation can conflict with the public policy objectives of utility and environmental regulators. In response, some states have adopted or are considering utility revenue regulation—or “decoupling”—to mitigate...

February2317
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From programmes to markets – how to leverage market forces for energy efficiency

If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. The International Energy Agency (IEA) and RAP are conducting an in-depth analysis for the G7 on the design of market-based instruments for the delivery of energy efficiency. The study examines market mechanisms and economic instruments, such as auctions and tendering programmes,...

February117
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Capacity Markets 101: Understanding Options for Alberta (Webinar)

  If the video is not visible, please accept all cookies to enable the player. During this informational webinar hosted by the Pembina Institute, RAP’s Michael Hogan explores what capacity markets are, key design principles, and lessons learned from other jurisdictions. Sara Hastings-Simon, associate regional director, Alberta at the Pembina Institute moderates the session, including a Q&A.