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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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Fit for 55: EU rolls out largest ever legislative package in pursuit of climate goals

Today, 14 July 2021, the European Commission adopted the Fit for 55 package. Fit for 55 aims to put the bloc on course to meet its ambitious target of a 55% reduction in…

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Evolution of Electricity markets in Europe

EU Electricity Network Codes & the Clean Energy Package Enter the world of electricity markets in Europe ‘Evolution of electricity markets in Europe’ is an 8-week online course in collaboration…

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Lessons learned from Texas and looking ahead

At the peak of the Texas freeze of February 2021, more than 4.5 million customers, equaling more than 10 million people or about one out of three Texans, were left…

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Sectoral Challenges in the Digital Economy

Learn about competition and regulatory responses that have been and are being adopted by competition and regulatory authorities across a different set of jurisdictions.

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29th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, online 1-3 September 2021

The Florence School of Regulation - Communications and Media, and the Rudgers Business School invite submissions from researchers and practitioners, including academic and research economists, and staff and managers in…

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Innovation and Intellectual Property in the digital age

The notion of intellectual property is at the core of technological innovation, economic growth and industrial policies. This research project focuses on the challenges that digital technologies and culture pose…

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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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A diversity of approaches to developing a decarbonised national hydrogen economy
A diversity of approaches to developing a decarbonised national hydrogen economy

To close out the 1st instalment of the Clean Molecules for the Energy Transition course, participants were given the opportunity…

FSR Energy Director Jean-Michel Glachant elected President of IAEE
FSR Energy Director Jean-Michel Glachant elected President of IAEE

Jean-Michel Glachant, Director of Florence School of Regulation (FSR) Energy, has been elected the president-elect of The International Association for…

Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?
Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?

The paper “Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?” will be…

Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift
Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift

The paper “Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift” will be presented at…

How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations
How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations

The paper “How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations” will…

Rail renaissance strategy
Rail renaissance strategy

The paper “Rail renaissance strategy” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021). ABSTRACT: The European Union…

Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?
Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?

The paper “Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?” will be presented at…

Modal shift – A dream?
Modal shift – A dream?

The paper “Modal shift – A dream?” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021). ABSTRACT: The…

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