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Coupling the Sectors

On Friday 12 October 2018, the Florence School of Regulation hosted the Policy Workshop: ‘Coupling the Sectors’, directed by Alberto Pototschnig (FSR Part-time Professor). The […] read more

Energy Policy

PAC 2018

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Debating FSR research outcomes – Policy Advisory Council

On Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th November, the Florence School of Regulation hosted the 2018 Autumn edition of its Policy Advisory Council (PAC). The Policy […] read more

Energy Policy



Unfiltered remarks from Florence (J.M. Glachant before the Madrid Forum)

Unfiltered remarks from Florence before the Madrid Forum by Jean-Michel Glachant, Director, Florence School of Regulation (European University Institute, Florence, Italy) The current rush towards […] read more

Energy Policy




FSR in Mexico! The World Forum on Energy Regulation

This week, the FSR and its partners will be in Cancun to take part in the ‘The World Forum on Energy Regulation (WFER)’. The FSR delegation […] read more

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FSR meets with Embassy of Italy in Brazil

As part of the FSR Global Programme, the Florence School of Regulation was in Brasilia from March 7 to 10 to further the cooperation with the Brazilian […] read more

Energy PolicyEnergy Union Law



The FSR Collaborates with the Regulators of Brazil

The Florence School of Regulation delegation composed of Director Jean-Michel Glachant, Swetha RaviKumar Bhagwat, Head of Global Relations and Anne-Marie Kehoe, Energy Union Law Coordinator, […] read more

Energy Policy




FSR Energy @ European Parliament | Debating CRM Reform and Low – Carbon Transition

On Tuesday 30th January, the Florence School of Regulation holds an exclusive launch event at the European Parliament, debating the proposed reform of Capacity Remuneration […] read more

Energy Policy

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

Energy Policy

Mind the gap: the proposed governance of the Energy Union

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: the […] read more

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PAC 2018

Debating FSR research outcomes – Policy Advisory Council

- Energy Policy

On Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th November, the Florence School of Regulation hosted the 2018 Autumn edition of its Policy Advisory Council (PAC).

The Policy Advisory Council represents a unique opportunity for the School to discuss and collect relevant inputs on its latest research findings, as well as on the most topical regulatory and policy issues. The meeting is held twice a year and brings together (by invitation only) the entire FSR Energy community including Major Donors, representatives of European Institutions, NRAs, ACER and well-known academics.

This edition addressed four issues:

  • Reliability Options in the EU: Design and Controversies
  • Distribution Grid Tariffs and Levies
  • Gas Transmission Tariffs
  • Sector Coupling

If you are interested in digging deeper, you can access some of the related FSR publications discussed at the meeting:

Limits of Traditional Distribution Network Tariff Design and Options to Move Beyond (by Leonardo Meeus and Tim Schittekatte)

Thoughts on an Electricity System and Grid Paradigm Shift in Response to the EU Energy Transition and the Clean Energy Package (by Olivier Lavoine)

Sector Coupling: the New EU Climate and Energy Paradigm? (by Andris Piebalgs and Maria Olczak)

More to come after PAC’s lively discussion: stay tuned with the FSR research!

Policy Advisory Council – FSR Energy

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