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Materials of PUC 10.10.06 Conference Multi-Sector Regulation Present and Future Challenges
 
 

AGENDA  

MULTI-SECTOR REGULATORY MODEL - OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR EFFECTIVE REGULATION

Mr Ioannis N. Kessides, Lead Economist, the World Bank

Regulatory Reform for Development: Towards a New Agenda

The Dawn of a New Era in Utility Regulation


Dr Iris Henseler-Unger, Vice President, BNetzA, Germany

Gas,Telecommunications, Post and Railway - A Success Story!

Prof Edvns Karntis, Commissioner, Latvia PUC
Experience of Multisectoral Regulation in Latvia: Succeeded and Achievable Yet

Mr Kristf Kovács, Directorate-General for Energy, the European Commission
The EU Internal Energy Market: Past, Present and Future


Prof Inna teinbuka, Former Chair of Latvia PUC, Director of Social and Information Society Statistics Directorate, EUROSTAT
The Role of Regulation to Achieve the Goals of the Europe 2020 Strategy

Mr Ainrs Meelsons, Director of Energy Department, Latvia PUC
Energy Regulation Findings and Challenges

Dr Andris Virtmanis, Director of Electronic Communications and Post Department, Latvia PUC
Implementing Electronic Communications and Postal Regulatory Frameworks - part 1, part 2 



PARALLEL SESSIONS

Energy

THE STRUCTURE OF TARIFF COSTS IN THE LONG TERM OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

  • The influence of the natural gas excise tax on the gas market, electricity and district heating tariffs:

-          Planned and expected effect;

-          Advantages and disadvantages from the viewpoint of energy companies;

-          Is the solvency of energy markets adequate for the proposed goal?

  • Regulation vs. market in the district heating:

-          How to correctly define the market and competition in the district heating?

-          Must only the product compete or also production capacities?

-          How to avoid unfair competition?

  • Provision of electricity generation capacities and structure of energy resources:

-          What are the criteria for the sufficiency of our capacities and does a deficit of capacities exist?

-          What is the market role for the provision of capacities?

-          Is support necessary for the introduction of new capacities?

-          What structure of energy resources would be most beneficial for Latvia?


Electronic Communications 

HOW BROAD IS BROADBAND AND HOW MUCH ARE WE READY TO PAY FOR IT?

  • What services of broadband networks will actually be required in Latvia?
  • What speed for broadband networks is required to provide the planned services?
  • What technologies of broadband networks have a future in Latvia?
  • Who will build the next generation network (NGN) in Latvia?
  • What radio frequencies are required for the access to broadband services?
  • What the next generation regulation (NGR) must be like? 
  • Will the regulation for the next generation access (NGA) networks promote the access to broadband services in cities?
  • Within the context of access to broadband services, who needs the state and the EU structural funds and where it must be invested?
  • Is access to broadband to be included in the basket of the Universal Telecommunications Service?


    Water Management


    HOW MUCH AND ARE WE READY TO PAY FOR SERVICE QUALITY IN THE WATER MANAGEMENT SECTOR?


  • How has the implementation of  the EU co-financed projects influenced the water management services:

-          access (the number of planned and built connections),

-          prices (tariffs before and after projects, the main cost positions which increase after the completion of projects),

-          quality (the quality of drinking water, the quality of waste water flowing  into the environment,  the volume of  water losses and other treated waste water before and after the completion of projects).

  • What must be done to connect more new users to the newly built networks financed by the EU funds, which would also facilitate the reduction of service tariffs?

Tariff formation according to the administratively territorial principle or based on the costs of individual networks?

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