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Upcoming Events

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European Water Association, EC

13th EWA Brussels Conference: Recent Developments in EU Water Policy

Brussels, Belgium // 06 November 2017 - 08 November 2017

Conference / Workshop

Held in cooperation with the DG Environment of the European Commission, the main objective of the annual EWA Brussels Conference is to establish a dialogue between the European Commission and European water professionals and stakeholders. The topic of the 13th EWA Brussels Conference is “Recent Development in the EU Water Policy”.

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Language: english

Contributed by Katerina Schilling on 12 October 2017

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REGULATION, TARIFFS AND SUBSIDIES, REGULATORY BENCHMARKING, ASSET MANAGEMENT

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Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)

Introduction to Water Utility Regulation

Budapest, Hungary // 13 November 2017 - 17 November 2017

Course / Training

The course features 5 days dedicated to the core responsibilities and activities of water utility regulatory authorities with regard to the oversight of the regulated utilities, principles and practices of tariff setting, performance benchmarking, and new developments in the regulation of the sector.

The level of the course is introductory: it aims to provide basic, but comprehensive training to the personnel of water regulatory authorities and water utilities. Participants will gain knowledge on key economic concepts guiding the operation of the sector, the challenges faced by sector participants including the wider problems of water management, and the role of the regulator and regulatory models including best practices. A core theme of the course is tariff setting and approval by the regulator: theoretical lessons will be supplemented by case study examples and a tariff setting exercise. Sufficient time will also be dedicated to the role of performance benchmarking in regulation. 

For more information please visit:

http://erranet.org/training/3rd-training-on-water-regulation/

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secretariat@erranet.org

Cost: 1400-2300 EUR+27% VAT

Language: English

Contributed by Reka Timar on 15 May 2017

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GENERAL

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IWA, AYSA and IDB

Water and Development Congress and Exhibition 2017

Buenos Aires, Argentina // 13 November 2017 - 16 November 2017

Conference / Workshop

Since 2009, IWA has been organizing the Water and Development Congress & Exhibition to bring together the global community who want to make a difference. It provides an opportunity for our members - from utilities, consultancy firms, technology providers, NGOs, government and researchers - to connect to urban stakeholders and like minded professionals and identify solutions they can take away and work with.

Latin America is the most urbanised region on the planet, with over 80% of the population living in cities. Being in Buenos Aires later this year for the Water and Development Congress and Exhibition will provide an opportunity to see up close how this city has developed its economy, services and infrastructure. And this is important for urban leaders from other developing regions such as Africa and Asia who are entering an era of urbanization:

  • How do you get the governance right - finding the balance between national and local priorities?
  • What is the right institutional model for delivering water and sanitation services for expanding boundaries and growing populations?
  • How do you work with diminishing water resources, to service more users and ensure the financial viability of the sector?

The Sustainable Development Goals drive us to ambitious outcomes and the global water community is readying itself to meet these goals by 2030. At the Water and Development Congress & Exhibition, we will organize the regulators forum to discuss policies and regulations that support SDGs - for example, how to operationalize the human right to water and sanitation.

We will also bring together international financiers, such as the Inter American Development bank, and city and utility asset managers, to look at financing mechanisms for infrastructure that enables efficient water supply and sanitation collection and treatment. And in this year, the UN-Water year for Wastewater, we will bring together city and utility leaders for a special forum on wastewater management, that will chart a way forward for cities to take the lead in halving the amount of untreated wastewater and reusing it.

Language: english and local language

Contributed by Katerina Schilling on 21 June 2017

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Country resources

Background report

2015

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Bulgarian Energy and Water Regulatory Commission

СРАВНИТЕЛЕН АНАЛИЗ НА В и К СЕКТОРА В РЕПУБЛИКА БЪЛГАРИЯ ЗА ПЕРИОДА 2009-2014

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Contributed by David Michaud on 22 December 2015

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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Bulgaria Country Note

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This note is part of a regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 02 October 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2014

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Ministry of Regional Development of Bulgaria

Strat. for Dev. & Mgmt. of the WSS Sector 2014-23

This draft Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) Sector Strategy updates and sets out for consideration by the Council of Ministers the main objectives and priorities for the WSS sector in the Republic of Bulgaria, as well as proposals for the implementation and financing of policies to achieve these objectives within a ten-year horizon. The strategy integrates the findings of consultations and intermediate analyses, including a regulatory review, public expenditure review, and strategic financing plan, produced and discussed with stakeholders since September 2012. Considering that many WSS capital investments have a long life time, both the expenditure needs assessment and the strategic financing plan were prepared for a 25-year time horizon. This provides assurance that the measures proposed in the ten-year strategy are in fact compatible with a sustainable WSS sector in the long term.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 23 July 2015

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