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17.05.2017

FSR at the Florence Forum

17 May 2017 Today the Florence School of Regulation is participating in the 32nd EU Electricity Regulatory Forum held in Florence. In this occasion, the […] read more

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FSR co-hosts the Brussels International Energy Charter Forum

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4.05.2017

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4.05.2017

FSR Climate co-organising Side event in Bonn

A Side Event co-hosted by the European Commission and the Florence School of Regulation – Climate will take place in Bonn on 12 May from 18:30-20:00, […] read more

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11.04.2017

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Summer School on EU Energy Law and Policy

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11.04.2017

EU Energy Law & Policy Summer School, Florence May 25-31│ Last chance to register!

Revising the Role of Renewables – Decarbonising Energy and Transportation: The Short and Long-Term Legal Challenges Directed by Professor Leigh Hancher and Dr Dörte Fouquet, this training provides critical insight […] read more

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6.04.2017

FSR is co-hosting the International Energy Charter Forum

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FSR at the Florence Forum

- Energy Policy

17 May 2017

Today the Florence School of Regulation is participating in the 32nd EU Electricity Regulatory Forum held in Florence.

In this occasion, the FSR Director Jean-Michel Glachant will present the Research Report:

Moving the Electricity Transmission System Towards a Decarbonised and Integrated Europe: Missing Pillars and Roadblocks, by J.M. Glachant, N. Rossetto, J. Vasconcelos.

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The EU’s internal electricity market will be the focus of the latest meeting of the Electricity Regulatory Forum. Representatives of the European Commission, national governments and regulatory authorities, transmission system operators and electricity industry organisations will discuss how to further enhance the EU’s internal electricity market with a view to achieving the clean energy transition. Much of the discussion will centre on the ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package of proposals, published by the Commission in November 2016.

During the meeting, several of the Commission’s clean energy proposals will be discussed, including those for a revised Renewable Energy Directive (including higher renewable energy targets for EU countries), for a new Regulation on risk-preparedness (to agree on common rules to mitigate crisis situations), and for a revised Electricity Directive and a revised Electricity Regulation. The participants will also consider electricity market developments in the Energy Community and hear a presentation on the changes and challenges in the Nordic countries’ power system.

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