|REM E6160||Energy Policy, Legislation and Management|
|Credit Points||5 ECTS|
|Module Coordination||Prof. Johannes Hamhaber|
|Lecturers||Prof. Johannes Hamhaber, Prof.Thorsten Schneiders|
|Workload (h)||45 Attendance||105 Self-Study|
|Intended Learning Outcome||The students will be able to assess energy policy by analyzing the policy goals, the legal and institutional framework, the market participants, and stakeholders’ responses in order to evaluate policy options and market interventions for renewable energies and social equity.|
|Content||Energy system challengesEnergy policy
Energy systems structure, actors and governance
Review of specific energy policies (case based), e.g.
Corporate Policy and Management of ESPs (case based), e.g.
Integrated policies for energy system transition (towards renewable energy)
|Teaching Method||Lectures and External Expert Guest Lectures, Students’ Group work, Field visit (energy provider, energy policy institutions,… e.g. in Bonn, Brussels)|
|Assesment Method||Term paper (100%) (Policy analysis, Country analysis)|
Bauknecht, D. 2011: Transforming the Grid. Electricity System Governance and Network Integration in Distributed generation. Nomos.Kahn, E. 1991²: Electric Utility Planning& Regulation. ACEEE.
Kessides, I. 2005: Reforming Infrastructure: Privatization, regulation, and Competition. World Bank.
Kissel, J.M. 2008: Adaptation von Feed-In-Laws an die Rahmenbedingungen in Schwellenländern (Brasilien). mbv.
Journal Articles (e.g. ‘Energy’ and ‘Energy Policy’; Newbery, Jamasb, …) Current Energy policy reports of EU, Germany and selected countries, see e.g.
Webfeed Energy Policy and Regulation Group http://www.eprg.group.cam.ac.uk
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