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FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2016-2017

Event Highlights

23.01.2017

Competition and Regulatory Aspects of Electric Vehicles Charging | Perspectives from the FSR Policy Workshop

In recent years, the EU has strengthened its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, aiming to a 40% GHG decrease by 2030 (with respect […] read more

Energy Policy

Thomas-Olivier Léautier

Topic of the Month

22.11.2016

Generation mix

Written by Thomas-Olivier Léautier This FSR topic of the month explores governments’ intervention in four aspects of the power industry: (i) generation adequacy, (ii) generation mix, […] read more

Energy Policy

Thomas-Olivier Léautier

Topic of the Month

11.11.2016

Generation adequacy

This FSR topic of the month explores governments’ intervention in four aspects of the power industry: generation adequacy, generation mix, organisation of the transmission grid, and asset ownership. read more

Energy Policy

Jean-Michel and Alberto

News

17.10.2016

A powerful 2016 at FSR Energy & Climate

The Florence School of Regulation warmly welcomes its new Donors, contributing to make 2016 a powerful and sincerely engaging academic year. Our Donors community has […] read more

Energy Policy

Toulouse School of Economics

27.09.2016

British consumers, change your provider!

by Claude Crampes & Thomas-Olivier Léautier An investigation led by the British Competition and Markets Authority on the retail gas and electricity markets has found that […] read more

Energy Policy

Toulouse School of Economics

29.07.2016

Financing French nuclear power in France and overseas

by Thomas-Olivier Léautier and Claude Crampes Thomas Piquemal’s sensational resignation as EDF’s Chief Financial Officer at the beginning of March 2016 – and the ensuing […] read more

Energy Policy

InnoGrid

News

30.06.2016

Call for Papers on Digital Energy | Winner announced

Michael Zigo, MSc in Business Information Management at Erasmus University (the Netherlands), has been named as the winner of the call for papers: ‘What do […] read more

Energy Policy

InnoGrid

News

27.06.2016

Innogrid 2020+: FSR joins the TSOs-DSOs debate on data management and digital energy

The FSR and the Dutch Presidency of the Council of the EU are endorsing this year’s Innogrid 2020+, the Annual conference of ENTSO-E and EDSO[1]. […] read more

Energy Policy

Schizophrenic opening of hydropower markets: who to blame?

News

27.05.2016

Findings of FSR research enter the EU Parliamentary debate

A group of MEPs from multiple parties, have cited the findings of a Research Report from the Florence School of Regulation as part of a […] read more

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FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2016-2017

Competition and Regulatory Aspects of Electric Vehicles Charging | Perspectives from the FSR Policy Workshop

- Energy Policy, Road

In recent years, the EU has strengthened its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, aiming to a 40% GHG decrease by 2030 (with respect to 1990 levels) and a 90-95% cut by 2050. Despite past technological improvements, the transport sector is still responsible for around one-quarter of Europe’s GHG emissions. Additionally, EU Road transport accounts for more than 70% of all GHG emissions from transport apart from CO2 emissions; it also contributes to the increased concentration of air pollutants such as NOX and PM in several European cities.