Gas Policy & Regulation
The Florence School of Regulation has been conducting research into gas regulation since its foundation in 2004. Since 2017, the new FSR Gas Area is a totally dedicated entity, developing applied research, policy debate, and training on the most topical policy and regulatory issues.
The FSR Gas Area acts as a platform for debate and for the exchange of best practices between regulators, academics, representatives from EU institutions, industry and other key market players.
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The Florence School of Regulation has been invited by the European Commission to present at the 17th Meeting of the Eastern Partnership Platform 3 on […] read more
We are looking for junior profile in the area of Gas Policy and Regulation to join our team in Florence! The candidate will assist the […] read more
Digitalisation and decarbonisation led to a profound reshaping of the energy system in recent years. Energy utilities have reacted in different ways – sometimes winning […] read more
The EU Commission has invited FSR to present the preliminary findings of our draft Report on the future of the Ukrainian gas market. Sergio Ascari, […] read more
Long-term contracts (LTCs) used to be the most commonly used supply agreements in the gas sector and necessary to ensure the security of supply. Indeed, […] read more
Written by Ilaria Conti Being Italian – and a woman! – the world has high expectations concerning your cooking skills. Your mother is almost certainly a good […] read more