regolazione

Methodology for cost recognition of municipal waste management

The fundamental prerequisite for proper governance of the phases of assignment and regulation of the urban waste management service is the availability of an information set capable of guaranteeing a correct functional connection between the phases of assignment of the service and of economic and qualitative regulation of the service in the interest of the Local Authority and the community.

conference energy regulation

(Italiano) I nuovi modelli tariffari individuali (Totex), i nuovi assetti peer to peer previsti dal quarto pacchetto, l’incremento di procedure collettive cicliche che impongono la raccolta e il processamento di sistemi di dati sempre più complessi, enfatizzano la necessità di assetti che supportino la regolazione dell’energia e dell’ambiente nell’utilizzo più efficiente delle scarse risorse a disposizione.

Laboratorio rifiuti urbani CESISP

Municipal solid waste collection and disposal service is a key element of the European strategy aimed at moving towards a circular economy. An efficient municipal solid waste collection and disposal is closely related to both lower waste tax and higher welfare of the interested population. In Italy, the lack of a centralized regulatory framework has determined heterogeneous performances of sector operators across the country. Firstly, we estimate the productive efficiency in different optimal territorial areas and secondly we forecast the economic benefits that would arise under a new regulatory regime. Our approach combines the well-known yardstick competition and the price-cap mechanisms. Results suggest that if all territorial areas converged to the most efficient ones, a potential saving between 12% and 19% emerges, i.e., up to €2bn savings out of €10.05bn total tax revenue in 2015, the reference year.

cesisp bicocca

Access charge for using the rail network: problems and business opportunity in the freight market November 30 2018, h: 11:00- 16:30 Università di Milano-Bicocca , Building U6 – II floor, Room “sala tesi 2151c” Piazza dell’Ateneo Nuovo 1, 20126 – Milano The access charge for using the network is one of the most significant cost items for European freight railway companies, reaching even 35% of total operating costs. In spite