Nicolò has a degree in International Relations and a Ph.D. in Economics, Law and Institutions from the University of Pavia (Italy). He has more than five years of experience in the energy sector, acquired both within and outside the academia.
Since he joined the Florence School of Regulation in September 2016, he has worked on electricity-related topics like the development of a seamless market for power in Europe.
#electricity markets; #electricity regulation; #European energy policy; #energy economics; #regulation
- Nicolazzi, M., and N. Rossetto (a cura di) (2016), L’età dell’abbondanza. Come cambia la sicurezza energetica, Edizioni Epoké, Novi Ligure.
- Glachant, J.-M., N. Rossetto and J. Vasconcelos (2017), Moving the electricity transmission system towards a decarbonised and integrated Europe: missing pillars and roadblocks, Policy Brief, RSCAS 2017/11, EUI, April.
La legislazione dell’UE nel settore energia – Summer School CINSEDO
Presentation in Brussels: FSR report of the EU frame for Power Transmission System Regulation, May 2017
Online debate: Ancillary services from distribution: how to manage the revolution?, June 2017
Policy Workshop: Demand Participation in Electricity Markets and Demand Response, October 2017