FGV director participates in launch of Ibero-American School of Regulation
On March 20, the Director of FGV’s Center for Regulation and Infrastructure Studies (CERI), Professor Joisa Dutra, attended the meeting of the Ibero-American Association of Energy Regulators (ARIAE) to discuss the structuring and operation of the Ibero-American School of Regulation (EIR). The meeting was part of the 7th World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER 2018), held in Mexico.
The purpose of creating a school focused on regulation is to develop specific knowledge and training to tackle regulatory challenges in the energy industry. FGV’s CERI is part of the consortium led by the Catholic University of Chile. The initiative’s goal is to offer courses developed by EIR across all Latin American countries, both through attendance and distance learning (EaD) courses.
The new School of Regulation should begin its activities in the second half of 2018.