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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 Energy, Climate, Transport, and Water & Waste.
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European gas transmission tariffication: is it really fit for an Internal Gas Market?

A new stage for the EU gas market: which regulation? Network tariffication is one of the key regulatory areas. With wholesale and retail competition, the prices charged to final consumers…

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FSR Alumni Day – 2nd edition

Following the success of the first edition, we are delighted to announce the 2nd FSR Alumni Day. This event will offer former alumni a unique opportunity to reconnect and stay…

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Regulation and Integration of Renewable Energy

This new training course on the Regulation and Integration of Renewable Energy provides a comprehensive introduction to the topic with the latest updates, including developments in policy and regulation in…

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Mobility data as a commons – towards a common mobility data infrastructure

This article by Lucie Kirstein, Senior Manager Strategic Projects at acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering, and coordinator of the EU-funded preparatory action to establish a common European…

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Third-party-access in railway electricity markets is possible

This article by Florian Baentsch, Regulatory Manager at DB Energie GmbH, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer “Electricity and Infrastructure Managers: Is there a need for Regulation?” (February, 2023). Third-party-access (TPA)…

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Women in Water Decision-Making: insights from OECD

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD estimates that water demand will increase by 55% by 2050 due to growing demand from manufacturing, thermal electricity generation and domestic use.…

FSR Knowledge

Agricultural Voluntary Carbon Markets: challenges and recommendations
Agricultural Voluntary Carbon Markets: challenges and recommendations

Climate change, exacerbated by unsustainable human practices, poses significant challenges to various sectors, especially agriculture. The 6th IPCC report highlights…

State of play in international carbon markets 2024
State of play in international carbon markets 2024

On 21 May 2024, the LIFE-COASE project brought together carbon market experts and regulators from around the world, including from…

Persistency and Change in EU Energy Governance
Persistency and Change in EU Energy Governance

On 29 May 2024, the FSR hosted Dr Bernardo Rangoni as part of the FSR Insights series. Dr Rangoni presented…

Gas
Report from the 38th Madrid Forum
Report from the 38th Madrid Forum

On 25th and 26th April, the 38th edition of the European Gas Regulatory Forum (aka Madrid Forum) took place. As…

Gas
The EU Hydrogen and Decarbonised Gas Market Package
The EU Hydrogen and Decarbonised Gas Market Package

On May 21, 2024, the European Council adopted the final version of the ‘Hydrogen and Decarbonised Gas Market Package’ (gas…

Gas
Lessons from the European Union’s inaugural Hydrogen Bank auction
Lessons from the European Union’s inaugural Hydrogen Bank auction

The second instalment of our Topic of the Month on the EU gas market focuses on the first auction results…

Gas
European gas transmission tariffication: is it really fit for an Internal Gas Market?
European gas transmission tariffication: is it really fit for an Internal Gas Market?

A new stage for the EU gas market: which regulation? Network tariffication is one of the key regulatory areas. With…

Engaging consumers in the energy retail market
Engaging consumers in the energy retail market

Despite the energy retail market having been fully open to competition, also for residential consumers, for more than fifteen years,…

Moving forward together: What's next for EU Mobility and Transport?
Moving forward together: What's next for EU Mobility and Transport?

Over the past five years, the European Commission has been implementing the ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy’. This strategy has served…

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