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The New Economics of Power Markets in a Low-Carbon World

New Economics of Power Markets Infocus International Group is pleased to announce the relaunch of the Electricity Economics in Changing Electricity Markets virtual course, scheduled to go live on May 7th & November 18th, 2024.

This course is indispensable for both electricity generators and traders, as well as those involved in policy-making within the power industry. It guides participants through a clear, accessible, and comprehensive examination of the economics of power generation, covering influences on power plant costs to end-customer prices. The analysis is contextualized with a focus on industry drivers and trends, encompassing increasingly liberalized and competitive markets, evolving policy support and management frameworks, the integration of renewable power sources, and the restructuring of power systems towards more decentralized operations.

A past participant from Electricity Generation Company Malawi expressed, “The course was very enjoyable, with lots of demonstrations and case studies. The facilitator was just marvelous, up to the game. It was a value-for-money workshop.”

Another participant from IDETA praised the trainer, stating, “He is a professional trainer with excellent presentation skills. The trainer is able to make a simple presentation of complex issues and has very good knowledge of renewable matters. I highly recommend him as a trainer.”

New Economics of Power Markets We’ll examine these key questions:

1. Which factors influence the economics of electricity generation?

2. How do generation costs intertwine with other elements to determine end-use electricity prices?

3. In what ways are ongoing technology and system trends influencing the costs and prices of electricity?

4. What initiatives are policymakers implementing to manage costs?

5. Who are the primary stakeholders and influential figures in the realm of electricity economics?

6. What are the repercussions throughout the value chain due to market liberalization and competition?

7. How are solar, wind power, and other low-carbon alternatives reshaping market environments?

The presenter encourages ample Q&A, discussing the issues from multiple stakeholder perspectives, including power plant owners, investors, policymakers, and energy customers. This online course serves as an essential primer for navigating successful business routes in transitioning electricity systems.

Want to learn more?

Simply email to or +65 6325 0235 to obtain your FREE COPY of event brochure. For more information, please visit About Infocus International Group: Infocus International is a global business intelligence provider of strategic information and professional services for diverse business communities. Recognizing clients' needs, they respond with innovative and result-oriented programs. Their products are founded on high-value content in various subject areas, ensuring the highest level of quality through intensive market research from local and international insights. For more information:

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