Short Course in the Economics of Energy - CEAS

Leading expertise in energy economicsThe Short Course in the Economics of Energy aims to provide participants with an introduction to market principles, theory and institutions in order to promote the understanding of the economic dynamics of energy markets, development and state-industry interrelations and interactions.

Participants are taught basic economic tools that will enable them to develop analysis and impact scenarios following from specific economic and energy related assumptions.

Economics of Energy offers a flexible suite of modules. Specific short courses are developed in conjunction with client's needs, priorities and time preferences.

Modules offered include

  • The dynamics of international energy markets;
  • The impact scenarios under energy market assumptions;
  • International energy infrastructure;
  • International markets for energy efficient fuels;
  • The scope for developing alternative energy sources;
  • Investment regimes;
  • Methods of improvements of energy sector management;
  • Feasibility and cost-effectiveness of low-carbon technologies; and,
  • Barriers to a low-carbon economy.

The Centre for Euro-Asian Studies

The Centre for Euro-Asian Studies (CEAS) enjoys close and ongoing relationships with a number of partners from energy industries, energy analysts and academic institutions in the United Kingdom and abroad.'Short courses in Economics of Energy' draw on these partnerships to offer participants practical insights from industry and analytical insight from a number of energy analyst and specialists.

'Economics of Energy' builds on the highly successful 'Chevening Fellowship' program administered by the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies under the auspice of the 'Foreign and Commonwealth office'.

The program is aimed at private sector and corporate clients, government and non-government officials, journalists and academics.

Please contact the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies (CEAS) for further details or to discuss the development of a Short Courses in the Economics of Energy.

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