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The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) is a centre of excellence for independent discussion and knowledge exchange with the purpose of improving the quality of European regulation and policy. We deliver academic research, training and policy events in the areas of Energy & Climate, Communications & Media, Transport and Water.

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Financing for Energy Transitions: FSR Global Energy Innovation Week

Regulatory learning to realize financing for energy transitions The electricity industry is the arena where various kinds of policies interact. The interplay between environmental and energy policies have been extensively…

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Regulation for Sustainable Development Goal 7

Achieving equal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy is one of the targets of the United Nation’s initiatives for a sustainable future (Sustainable Development Goal 7). According to…

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FSR launches four new online series from September 2020

New FSR online event series There has never been a more important time to build a digital school, connecting our community worldwide, and advancing knowledge for a more sustainable and…

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14th Seminar for National Judges: Balancing regulatory certainty and investment in the Digital Era

The FSR Communications and Media is pleased to announce the Seminar “Balancing regulatory certainty and investment in the Digital Era”, which will take place on 24 January 2020 at the…

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The EECC and its impact on investment in very high capacity networks (VHCN)

The 9th FSR Communication and Media Conference will be an opportunity to explore the adoption of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC), its impact on Very High Capacity Networks (VHNs)…

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Annual Training on Competition and Regulation for the Digital Era

  Please be aware that the third block has been converted into a five-week online course (15 June – 19 July), for detailed information please visit this page.   Our…

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FSR-Transport publishes Manifesto for a Post-Covid-19 Recovery Towards Smarter and More Sustainable Transport

Manifesto for a Post-COVID-19 Recovery Towards Smarter and More Sustainable Transport  In Fall 2019 we published our Manifesto for the next five years of EU regulation of transport as an…

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7th Florence Intermodal Forum: Towards a Common European Framework for Sustainable Urban Mobility Indicators

With over 70% of EU citizens currently living in urban areas, achieving sustainability of cities has become one of the defining challenges of our times. While urban areas can enable…

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The Lights on Women Energy Expert List
The Lights on Women Energy Expert List

The Florence School of Regulation (FSR) is on a journey to improve gender diversity and inclusion in its activities and…

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Labour III: Include methane emissions from agricultural and waste sectors in circular economy
Labour III: Include methane emissions from agricultural and waste sectors in circular economy

The four labours of the European Commission Hercules (known in Greek as Herakles) – one of the best-known heroes in…

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The adoption of the EU methane strategy is just a beginning
The adoption of the EU methane strategy is just a beginning

With the publication of the EU methane strategy “we’re sure that we’re doing the right thing” – said Stefano Grassi…

Renewable Energy in the European Union
Renewable Energy in the European Union

What is renewable energy? According to Directive (EU) 2018/2001, renewable energy refers to energy from renewable non-fossil sources, namely wind,…

Energy transition: in order to succeed, we must first believe in it
Energy transition: in order to succeed, we must first believe in it

On 21 October 2020, the Florence School of Regulation organised an online conversation with Hélène Chraye, Head of Unit ‘Clean…

EU-India High Level Platform on Smart Grids
EU-India High Level Platform on Smart Grids

After years of fruitful cooperation, key policy leaders agreed to strengthen the  EU-India Clean Energy and Climate Partnership (CECP), first…

Investigating the fundamental pillars of peer-to-peer energy and the legal issues it raises
Investigating the fundamental pillars of peer-to-peer energy and the legal issues it raises

An exploratory debate on peer-to-peer energy In the second event of the new #FSRinsight series, Professors Christoph Burger (ESMT Berlin)…

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EU takes decisive steps to reduce methane emissions with newly revealed strategy
EU takes decisive steps to reduce methane emissions with newly revealed strategy

Today, 14 October 2020, the EU Commission adopted the EU Strategy to reduce methane emissions. By doing so, the EU…

Energy transition? Not just a transition, it must be just!
Energy transition? Not just a transition, it must be just!

Looking for a sustainable, equitable, and inclusive energy transition On 7 October 2020, the Florence School of Regulation organised an online…

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