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    The Renewable Gas Complex and the European Path to Decarbonisation

    9 April 2018, Florence

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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.

Contact person: Ilaria Conti

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Event Highlights

16.04.2018

Can Renewable Gas Contribute to the EU Decarbonisation Efforts?

Last Monday, the 9th of April 2018, the Florence School of Regulation organised a Policy Workshop “The Renewable Gas Complex and the European Path to […] read more

Gas

Andris Piebalgs

Topic of the Month

28.03.2018

Bottlenecks for delivering renewable gas

Written by Andris Piebalgs FSR Topic of the Month: Renewable Gas #4 Looking at the future of renewable gases or ‘green gas’ in Europe, it is […] read more

Gas

Jean Michel Glachant

News

23.03.2018

FSR in Tokyo! Trading LNG at liquid and flexible hubs

On the 27th of March, Jean-Michel Glachant, Director of the Florence School of Regulation will participate in the workshop on ‘Trading LNG at liquid and […] read more

Gas

Topic of the Month

22.03.2018

The European experience with Renewable Gas

FSR Topic of the Month: Renewable Gas #3 Written by Maria Olczak and Andris Piebalgs   In the 2012 assessment of the biogas development potential in Europe, Floris […] read more

Gas

Andris Piebalgs

Topic of the Month

14.03.2018

What is renewable gas?

FSR Topic of the Month: Renewable Gas #2 Written by Maria Olczak and Andris Piebalgs Biogas, biomethane, green hydrogen, and synthetic natural gas (SNG) are all […] read more

Gas

Andris Piebalgs

Topic of the Month

7.03.2018

Could gas be a destination fuel for Europe?

Gas is well placed to supply back-up to intermittent renewable electricity because of the flexibility and short start-up times... read more

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