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6.07.2018

International Dialogue on Regulatory Quality – ANEEL and FSR

FSR participated in the ‘International Dialogue on Regulatory Quality’ event organised by the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL) and the Brazilian National School of Public […] read more

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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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28.06.2018

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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21.06.2018

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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20.06.2018

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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11.06.2018

FSR at the IAEE international conference in Groningen

 The Florence School of Regulation participates in the IAEE international conference, a four-day event on energy business, markets and policy organised by the International Association for Energy […] read more

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8.06.2018

Islands’ dilemma on the road to energy transition

FSR Topic of the Month: Energising islands in the age of transition This month, FSR is featuring the Indian Ocean islands of Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar […] read more

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Smart meters fulfil basic needs

Written by Stefan Ambec and Claude Crampes (TSE) In France, the new generation of smart meters for household electricity consumption are causing quarrels. In South […] read more

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The FSR Director awarded by IAEE

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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. This year in Groningen, our Director, Jean-Michel Glachant received the IAEE Award for Outstanding Contributions to The Profession of Energy Economics and its Literature.

J.M. Glachant

Professor Glachant is the Director of the Florence School of Regulation and the Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair, at the European University Insitute.  During his career, he has been an advisor of DG TREN, DG COMP and DG RESEARCH at the European Commission and of the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), as well as the coordinator and scientific advisor of several European research projects. Jean-Michel Glachant has also been editor-in-chief of Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy (an IAEE journal) and a member of the Council of the International Association for Energy Economics.

Over the past years, Jean-Michel has been leading the transformation of our school into a European Knowledge Hub for Energy Transition. Following his vision, today the FSR delivers high-quality research, training and policy dialogue to a community of energy experts worldwide.

For all these reasons, this award makes us all very proud, but it comes as no surprise! 

Find more on Jean-Michel Glachant’s contribution to the field of energy economics:

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