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Lec 1 - Law 270.6 Introduction to Energ ...

Law 270.6 Introduction to Energy and Electricity Introduction to the Course; and Introduction to Electricity - January 17, 2008. An introduction to the course, including the history of energy, the relationship between energy and development, environmental and environmental justice impacts of energy generation, and an introduction to current energy issues. Lecture includes an...
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Lec 2 - Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Ra ...

Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Intro to Finance Law 270.6 - Lecture 2 - Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Introduction to Finance and Regulatory Economics January 24, 2008 Basic financial concepts; basic economics of competitive and monopoly markets; introduction to how regulation addresses natural monopoly. A brief introduction to monopoly, cost of service...
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Lec 3 - Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Ra ...

Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Cost of Service Regulation (Part 1) Law 270.6 - Lecture 3 - Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Cost of Service Regulation (Part 1) January 31, 2008 The role of a PUC, its organization, duties and procedures; how regulation works; rate base, rate of return, operating expenses; judicial review, including the first of the classic cases.
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Lec 4 - Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Ra ...

Law 270.6 Public Utilities & Rate Regulation Class 4: Public Utilities & Rate Regulation: Cost of Service Regulation (Part 2) - February 7, 2008. Examples of cases defining the limits of regulatory power, and a rate design exercise that we will discuss in class.
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Lec 5 - Law 270.6 Public Utilities and ...

Law 270.6 Public Utilities and Rate Regulation Class 5
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Lec 6 - Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives ...

Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives: Tradition Fuels, Oil and Hydroelectric Power Resource Alternatives: Introduction to Tradition Fuels, and Oil and Hydroelectric Power - February 21, 2008. The choice of fuel for generating electricity has significant implications for the environment, the economy, the reliability of power delivery, and national security. After an overview of the fuel...
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Lec 7 - Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives ...

Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives: Natural Gas Law 270.6 - Lecture 8 - Resource Alternatives: Natural Gas; and Natural Gas: The Future and LNG March 6, 2008 The resource and its regulation.
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Law 270.6 Resource Alternatives: Renewable Energy - The Technologies Class 9: Resource Alternatives: Renewable Energy - The Technologies and the Programs - March 13, 2008. This class will introduce: the types of renewable energy including wind, biomass, landfill gas, photovoltaic, esoteric sources, and energy storage; the regulatory and legal strategies for encouraging the implementation...
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Lec 9 - Law 270.6 Demand Side Managemen ...

Law 270.6 Demand Side Management: Energy Efficiency Class 10: Demand Side Management: Energy Efficiency - March 20, 2008. Includes discussion into energy efficiency, demand response, and the institutional options for delivery of energy efficiency.
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Lec 10 - Law 270.6 Performance Based Ra ...

Law 270.6 Performance Based Ratemaking and “Decoupling”; and Integrate Class 11: Performance Based Ratemaking and Decoupling; and Integrated Resource Planning and Portfolio Planning - April 3, 2008. Under traditional ratemaking, utilities generally make higher profits if they sell more power and lose profits as customers become more efficient. Performance-based ratemaking can address the...
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Lec 11 - Law 270.6 Deregulation and Mar ...

Law 270.6 Deregulation and Markets: Wholesale Electricity Markets Class 12: Deregulation and Markets: Wholesale Electricity Markets; and Retail Competition - April 10, 2008. How do we deal with issues of using market power to manipulate markets? Is antitrust enough? Also, consumer choice, default service, disclosure and green power, the record so far.
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Lec 12 - Law 270.6 Climate Change and C ...

Law 270.6 Climate Change and Carbon Markets; Class 14: Climate Change and Carbon Markets; and Recap and Conclusion - April 24, 2008
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Lec 13 - Law 270.6 Course Review

Law 270.6 Course Review Course Review
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Lec 14 - Deregulation and Markets & Env ...

Deregulation and Markets & Env Impacts of Restructuring Deregulation and Markets: The California and Western Energy Crisis of 2000-2001, and The Environmental Impacts of Restructuring; and Picking Up the Pieces: Generator Suits, Blackouts, Reliability and Other Experiments - April 17, 2008
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Lec 15 - Resource Alternatives: Coal and ...

Resource Alternatives: Coal and Nuclear Power More than half of the electric energy offered to customers in the United States comes from coal-fired plants, and most observers expect these numbers to stay the same for many years to come. Is coal the fuel of the past or the fuel for the future? We will also discuss the pluses and minuses of a nuclear power resurgence.

Law 270.6 - Energy Regulations and the Env- Spring 2008


Source of these courses is berkeley 
The course examines both the traditional monopoly model of regulation and evolving competitive alternatives. The course exposes students to energy resource planning, pollution management, rate design, green markets, energy efficiency, demand side management, renewable energy portfolios, climate change, and carbon management. The course provides an introduction to administrative law and to practice issues in the field.
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