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17.09.2018

Just published! New FSR Policy Briefs on Digitalisation and Network Tariff Design

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FSR joins the EU Greening Network Meeting

On 8 October 2018, the Florence School of Regulation Energy & Climate will contribute to the 12th EU Greening Network Meeting. Day 1 (8 October, Badia […] read more

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The FSR Director at IIEA | Listen to the podcast presentation from Dublin!

On 16 July 2018, the FSR Director gave a presentation at the Institute of International & European Affairs, Ireland’s leading think tank on European and International affairs. […] read more

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International Dialogue on Regulatory Quality – ANEEL and FSR

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Energy sector regulation on the Indian Ocean islands

Week 4 – FSR Topic of the Month: Energising Islands in the age of transition This month, the FSR is featuring the energy transition in […] read more

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How are islands promoting and integrating renewables?

Week 3 – FSR Topic of the Month: Energising Islands in the age of transition This month, the FSR is featuring the energy transition in […] read more

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The FSR Director awarded by IAEE

Since 1981, the International Association for Energy Economics has presented an annual award for outstanding contributions to the field of energy economics and its literature. […] read more

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Will Islands get the electrification formula right?

Week 2 – FSR Topic of the Month: Energising Islands in the age of transition This month, FSR is featuring the energy transition in the […] read more

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The Value of Lost Load

Written by Stefan Ambec and Claude Crampes (Toulouse School of Economics) In situations where the electricity grid is under pressure, the operator of the system can […] read more

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The FSR Director at IIEA | Listen to the podcast presentation from Dublin!

- Electricity

On 16 July 2018, the FSR Director gave a presentation at the Institute of International & European Affairs, Ireland’s leading think tank on European and International affairs.

The regulation and design of the internal market for electricity is currently under negotiation in Brussels. New rules, once agreed, will make the internal electricity market more flexible and competitive to give the right signals to investors and to empower consumers and businesses. Meanwhile, an agreement has been reached by EU institutions in recent weeks on other key pieces of legislation concerning renewable energy, energy efficiency and the governance of the EU’s Energy Union flagship project, which will determine the Union’s energy and climate trajectory and investment agenda for the next decade. Drawing on his extensive experience, Professor Glachant will outline his views on the future of regulation and legislation of energy in the EU and Ireland.

Opening remarks by Paddy Hayes, Managing Director, ESB Networks.

This event is the second of the 2018 ESB Lecture Series entitled ‘The Electric Lifestyle’.

Listen to the podcast with J.M. Glachant:

 

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