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7.03.2019

Book on Electricity Network Regulation in the EU

Electricity network regulation in the EU: the challenges ahead‎ for transmission and distribution Edited by L. Meeus, (FSR, Vlerick Business School); J.M. Glachant (FSR, Loyola […] read more

Electricity

Event Highlights

22.02.2019

Nodal Vs Zonal Pricing for the Electricity Market

On Friday 25 January 2019, the Florence School of Regulation hosted the Policy Workshop: ‘Nodal Vs Zonal Pricing for the Electricity Market’ to debate the […] read more

ElectricityEnergy Policy

Interview

11.02.2019

Zonal versus Nodal Electricity Pricing: the PJM experience

New podcast interview with Vincent P. Duane, Senior Vice-President at PJM Today, in Europe electricity prices are determined per bidding zone which equals in most cases a […] read more

Electricity

Which standard should be implemented for charging electric vehicle batteries?

by C. Crampes and Y. Lefouili (Toulouse School of Economics) The development of electric vehicles is hampered by batteries which discharge too quickly and charge […] read more

Electricity

News

28.01.2019

Open Africa Power | FSR in Ethiopia with Enel Foundation

The course starts today in Ethiopia! Open Africa Power is an education venture initiated by Enel Foundation in 2018 in partnership with top Academic institutions such as Strathmore […] read more

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Regulated Access to Incumbent Nuclear Electricity

by Stefan Ambec and Claude Crampes (Toulouse School of Economics) For the first time since its creation by the NOME law in 2010, the mechanism […] read more

Electricity

Topic of the Month

10.01.2019

Procuring Energy Efficiency: Regulatory Implications for Auction Design

FSR Topic of the Month Energy efficiency: a market-based approach for distributed energy resources by Tiago de Barros Correia Procuring Energy Efficiency: Regulatory Implications for […] read more

Electricity

6th EU-India Smart Grid Workshop

Event Highlights

20.12.2018

Key Insights from the 6th EU-India Smart Grids Workshop

The Florence School of Regulation hosted the 6th EU-India Smart Grids Workshop from 19 to 22 November 2018 in collaboration with the European Commission and […] read more

Electricity

News

18.12.2018

Power Summit 2019 | Call for contributions!

NEW LEADERSHIP FROM NEW TECHNOLOGIES, NEW BUSINESSES, NEW ENTREPRENEURS                 Eurelectric and The Florence School of Regulation are […] read more

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Book on Electricity Network Regulation in the EU

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Electricity network regulation in the EU: the challenges ahead‎ for transmission and distribution

Edited by L. Meeus, (FSR, Vlerick Business School); J.M. Glachant (FSR, Loyola de Palacio)
 
Since the start of deregulation at the end of the nineties, the electricity market has undergone dramatic changes. It is often tricky for newcomers to understand why things are the way they are or to appreciate the route that led here. To get a historical perspective and tips for the future, we invite you to read Electricity Network Regulation in the EU – The Challenges Ahead for Transmission and Distribution by Professor Leonardo Meeus and the FSR Director, Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant.
 
This book is about the regulation of electricity networks, which means Transmission System Operators (TSOs), Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and other stakeholders. The European Commission’s Clean Energy Package is introducing a wave of new changes. The EU legislative framework is being adapted for the fourth time. This is therefore an excellent opportunity to look at what has happened over the last few years and what we can expect in terms of the regulation of electricity networks.

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