To begin, this workshop will explore how different online tools (social media tools and online learning) have already entered academic practice. Secondly, we will explore the benefits these online tools and environments offer researchers and institutions to create and share knowledge, especially given their interactive, instantaneous, accessible and open characteristics. Finally, we will present several case studies, focusing on how the process of moving larger projects online can be practically achieved within traditional academic institutions.Find out more »
The Utility of the Future study presents a framework for proactive regulatory, policy, and market reforms designed to enable the efficient evolution of power systems over the next decade and beyond. The goal is to facilitate the integration of all resources, be they distributed or centralised, that contribute to the efficient provision of electricity services and other public objectives.Find out more »
The workshop, jointly organised by the Energy and Transport Areas of the FSR, will therefore attempt to define the extent to which charging technology would need to be standardised in order to promote electric vehicle penetration as well as which regulatory access regime and optimal business model should be applied to charging stations.Find out more »
The Florence School of Regulation, together with Bruegel and Fondazione ENI Enrico Mattei, is jointly organising the exclusive Workshop: ‘Challenges for EU Regulators in the Age of Decarbonisation and Digitalization’ taking place in Florence on Thursday 2 February 2017.Find out more »
This online debate will analyse the main issues on the table:
- do almost mature RES technologies still need support?
- are financing schemes for RES in the power sector the most efficient and effective way to further the decarbonisation goal set out by the EU?
- are dedicated schemes for RES compatible with the pricing of carbon provided by the ETS or should the latter be reformed once again?
- in which way should the support measures be designed in order to minimise the costs for the consumers and the society as a whole?
In light of the EU 2030 energy and climate targets, what is the future role of DSOs and TSOs in EU infrastructure policy? Why and how to invest in trans-European energy networks?
Join us online to discuss the EU Regulation on Trans-European Energy Networks, the Connecting Europe Facility, and the Winter PackageFind out more »
The FSR C&M, CMPF and ENTraNCE Annual Scientific Seminar brings together scholars in the fields of economics and law, as well as practitioners, to consider frontier research in electronic communications, internet and media with a goal of fostering research ideas and informing policy. The seminar will include 15-18 research papers presented over a two day period.Find out more »
The Workshop aims at reviewing the current state of thinking on cybersecurity in the context of the energy sector and its critical and non-critical infrastructure. It will Identify the main emerging and critical risks and how they may be addressed, taking into consideration market constraints as well as the recent NIS Directive and the European Commission’s legislative proposals “Clean Energy for all Europeans”.Find out more »