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FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2016-2017

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23.01.2017

Competition and Regulatory Aspects of Electric Vehicles Charging | Perspectives from the FSR Policy Workshop

In recent years, the EU has strengthened its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, aiming to a 40% GHG decrease by 2030 (with respect […] read more

ElectricityGas

Alberto Pototschnig

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11.11.2016

FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop on “Congestion Management in the Internal Energy Market”

This FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop on “Congestion Management in the Internal Energy Market” reviewed and compared the experience with the implementation of capacity allocation and congestion management measures in both the electricity and gas sector. read more

Gas

The External Dimension of the Energy Union

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8.04.2016

The External Dimension of the Energy Union

The “External Dimension of the Energy Union” has now become a crucial issue at the core of European policy. Security of Supply is one of […] read more

Gas

Alberto's Workshop

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23.03.2016

Tariff Structures for the Internal Gas Market | FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series

Regulators from across the continent gathered in San Domenico to discuss the importance of transmission tariff structures in the internal gas market as part of […] read more

Gas

Alberto Pototschnig

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19.02.2016

FSR Policy Workshop | Tariff Structures for the Internal Gas Market

Today the FSR hosts one of its regulatory policy workshops, belonging to the series directed by Alberto Pototschnig, FSR Advisor. Today’s workshop focuses on Tariff […] read more

FSR Regulatory Policy Workshop Series 2016-2017

Competition and Regulatory Aspects of Electric Vehicles Charging | Perspectives from the FSR Policy Workshop

- Energy Policy, Road

In recent years, the EU has strengthened its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, aiming to a 40% GHG decrease by 2030 (with respect to 1990 levels) and a 90-95% cut by 2050. Despite past technological improvements, the transport sector is still responsible for around one-quarter of Europe’s GHG emissions. Additionally, EU Road transport accounts for more than 70% of all GHG emissions from transport apart from CO2 emissions; it also contributes to the increased concentration of air pollutants such as NOX and PM in several European cities.