UKE – The UK Electricity Markets Course
Dramatic past changes and many future challenges mark out the UK Electricity Market. This one-day course provides a complete overview of the UK electricity scene which will enable you to grasp where our electricity comes from, who regulates it, how it is paid for, and why it is (mostly) available at the flick of a switch.
After we have explained what the electricity market is you will explore with us the commercial and physical market. We will then delve into electricity and the environment and how COP 21 will affect our power generation both now and into the future. We will also look at how the power market may develop over the next five years and beyond.
This is an introduction to the UK electricity markets and designed for: New staff in existing power companies, regulators and consultancies, graduate trainees joining the energy industry, experienced staff moving into electricity marketing, lawyers, consultants, those dealing with contracts and customers, financiers and traders.
For a limited time we have reduced the price of this public course from £550 to
£275 per person
(plus sales tax VAT @20%).
Public courses are available in London and Oxford and the price includes all course materials, refreshments and lunch. If published dates or locations don't work for you contact us.
|26th September 2017|
This course is available in-house at 'Your Place' where we can adapt the course to suit your exact requirements. Why not talk to us for a free no obligation quotation and see how we can help meet your training needs?
More information about in-house courses can be found on our training page.
The course director is Duncan Jack, who lectures on some of the modules. Roy Dinsmore will also speak on this course.
Duncan Jack has been an independent consultant since 2006, specialising in the commercial and regulatory aspects of the power and gas markets. Duncan is the author of our TECCS BSC and CUSC service and lectures on our Electricity Markets course.
Roy Dinsmore became an independent consultant in January 2010. Between 1990 and 2009 Roy worked for RWE Npower and its predecessors, originally as a UK energy trader, and between 2000 and 2005 as a European energy trader, where he established RWE Npower's European Power trading desk.
The UK Electricity Markets Course is a one-day standalone course. It can be made longer with more emphasis given to individual sections, or you can mix it with modules from other courses, whatever suits your requirements. Contact us to start a conversation or call us on +44(0)1993 774736.