Electricity network regulation in Italy moves towards a new paradigm

In December 2015, the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity Gas and Water (AEEGSI) adopted its final decision on the fifth electricity transmission and distribution price control review. Andrea Oglietti, Director, and Marco Delpero, Deputy Director, of AEEGSI Directorate for Infrastructures describe the main features of the new Italian electricity network regulation for the period 2016–23

Read More

Does size matter? Competition and regulation in small jurisdictions

It is difficult to conduct competition and regulatory policy well, but the economic benefits can be substantial. This is particularly likely to be the case in small jurisdictions. Based on Oxera’s review of the competition and regulatory framework in Jersey, what are the challenges faced by authorities in applying regulatory and competition policy, and how might these be resolved?

Read More

Changing trains? Assessing options for greater on-rail competition

What is the economic impact of introducing greater on-rail competition? A regular theme in transport markets concerns how to balance (in the same network) tendering for socially necessary services, and the benefits of competition where services are commercially viable. In December 2015, Oxera and consultancy, Arup, addressed this question for the GB Office of Rail and Road (ORR) in the context of the GB passenger intercity rail market

Read More

Open menu Close Search Play video RSS Feed Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Youtube Connect with us on Linkedin Email us Copy link