|Theme||Energy markets (gas, power), Energy efficiency, Renewables, Power grid|
|Title||New Challenges for the Energy System in the Mediterranean Region|
|Dates||20-24 May, 2013|
|Language||English (no interpretation available)|
|Deadline||The application deadline is 19 April 2013|
|Participating countries||Albania, Algeria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Tunisia, Turkey|
Enel Foundation, together with the International Energy Agency (IEA), organizes a training course focusing on the recent developments of energy system in the Mediterranean Region.
Its main objective is to provide a general overview of the current status of the Energy Markets in the Mediterranean basin together with a comprehensive review of the main factors that contribute to shaping a modern energy system in the region.
Registration to this course is by an open registration. Energy professionals from both the public and private sectorsin the countries listed above and that fulfil the following requirements, are eligible to apply:
If requests exceed the available places, a selection procedure will apply.
|Fees, costs and financial assistance||
The course itself will be offered free of charge.
All accepted applicants will be fully funded by Enel Foundation (travel, accommodation, meals).
For specific inquiries about this course contact:
Mr. Eugenio Santagata (email: email@example.com; phone: +39 0683054584; mobile: +39 3207497675)
|Group size||30 people|
|Course Programme (summary)||
The training course is organized around morning lectures focusing each day on a different topic, chosen among most relevant policy issues. The lecture is integrated by an afternoon session devoted to the analysis of case studies and/or participation in focus groups.
May 20 Orientation day and introduction to the course
Energy Issues in the Mediterranean Area – Current scenario and future trends – In cooperation with IEA
May 21 Evolution of the legislative and regulatory framework at regional level – Overlapping of the national and EC legislation
May 22 Energy efficiency and energy indicators – In cooperation with IEA
May 23 The effect of RES development within and outside the EU – Risk and opportunities related to the increased penetration of renewable generation
May 24 Investments and infrastructure development – A Toolkit to support investments
Wrap up and next steps
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Last updated 26 March 2013