Marcelo Saguan, senior energy economist at Microeconomix, has participated as instructor in a training course on the Fundamentals of Energy Regulation. This course has been jointly organised by The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) and the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) and took place in Brussels at the CEER premises in April 2014. This training was specifically tailored to professionals from regulatory authorities in the electricity and gas sectors.
Marcelo Saguan has developed basic principle of electricity markets in Europe, by answering the following three questions:
Why do we have so many markets?
How do day-ahead, intraday, balancing markets work?
Why do we have to integrate electricity markets? How can we do it?