Stanford University

For Developing Clean Energy Market Trainings For Policymakers And Regulators In Asia

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This grant supports Stanford in developing experiential tools for workshops, in partnership with Asian multilateral organizations such as the Asia Development Bank, that would simulate utility markets to help regulators, utility planners, and policymakers in Asia better understand the types of markets best suited to a high-renewable energy grid, and address issues associated with variable renewable energy. The Stanford team will develop the simulations and partner with regional organizations to conduct the workshops, which will offer policymakers the chance to "learn-by-doing," allowing them to gain a hands-on understanding of how different market rules work under different scenarios so they can improve renewable energy integration.
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