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Lights on WomenPodcast

22.01.2018

Ensuring competitiveness and integrity of wholesale energy markets: the regulators’ view | Podcast with Clara Poletti

Competitiveness of wholesale energy markets is a fundamental goal of the EU since more than 20 years. Recently, specific pieces of legislation like REMIT have […] read more

Electricity

Toulouse School of Economics

15.01.2018

The European Commission’s green resolutions

Written by S. Ambec and C. Crampes (Toulouse School of Economics) The European Commission (EC) provided its contribution to the One Planet Summit in Paris […] read more

Electricity

News

15.01.2018

Design the electricity market(s) of the future – new ebook!

New publication online! Design the electricity market(s) of the future. Edited by Nicolò Rossetto (FSR) Proceedings from the Eurelectric-FSR Conference, 7 June 2017 Markets can […] read more

Electricity

Lights on WomenTopic of the Month

9.01.2018

Will the Bridge Span the Gap? The Political Debate on Governance

Written by Marie Vandendriessche   This Topic of the Month will zoom in on the EU’s Energy Union, and particularly a novel part of it: […] read more

Electricity

Toulouse School of Economics

20.12.2017

The collateral effects of electric cars

Written by S. Ambec and C. Crampes (Toulouse School of Economics) Electric cars consume clean energy, but this is generated using primary energy sources which […] read more

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Formation sur la Régulation du Marché de l’Electricité

News

15.12.2017

FSR training regulators in Morocco

On the 31st of October and 1st of November 2017, the Florence School of Regulation supported the German Development Agency (GIZ) by creating and delivering […] read more

Electricity

News

14.12.2017

Exploring New Regulatory Worlds – FSR in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has the benefit of being a latecomer to the electricity reform wave, which could allow the country to incorporate international best practices. The […] read more

Electricity

Tim Schittekatte

Topic of the Month

4.12.2017

Designing distribution grid tariffs for tomorrow

Written by Tim Schittekatte Last week, I discussed how the advent of the “prosumer” is challenging the status quo in distribution tariff design. The main conclusion […] read more

Electricity

News

4.12.2017

T. Schittekatte (FSR) awarded by AEE

In the context of the FAEE Student Workshop hold in Paris, the French Association for Energy Economics awarded the FSR young researcher, Tim Schittekatte, on his paper […] read more

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Design the electricity market(s) of the future – new ebook!

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New publication online!

Design the electricity market(s) of the future. Edited by Nicolò Rossetto (FSR)

Proceedings from the Eurelectric-FSR Conference, 7 June 2017

Markets can deliver electricity for about three decades. They could also deliver ‘full decarbonisation’ if they were designed to do so. That is what the EURELECTRIC – Florence School of Regulation conference seriously investigated last June, with 11 contributions reproduced in this wonderful E-book, easily accessible wherever and whenever –  at breakfast, at lunch, at dinner – when you do not have people to ‘make your day’. 

Jean-Michel Glachant, FSR Director

 

We are pleased to announce that the Florence School of Regulation and Eurelectric co-published an ebook presenting the views and thoughts of prominent academics and industry representatives on the longer-term needs for a sound EU electricity market design. 

 

The European power industry is pulling up its sleeves to lead the energy transition. As stated in our new Vision, we will strive to deliver carbon-neutral electricity well before mid-century. Electricity market design will be key to trigger the investments needed in achieving this goal. With the support of the Florence School of Regulation, our 2017 project ‘Design the electricity market(s) of the future’ gathered visionary academic and industry contributions which we are publishing in a comprehensive E-book today

Kristian Ruby, EURELECTRIC Secretary-General 

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